United States of America, California, Alameda County, Piedmont
Rawlings Garden (Piedmont, California)
Rawlings Garden won the 1999 Landscape Design Award. The rear garden's focal point is a swimming pool and spa surrounded by a lawn with seasonal plantings. The upper raised patio has wrought iron treillage with climbing hydrangea. Included in the garden is a vegetable and herb garden located in the northwest corner.
Persons and organizations associated with the property: Gerald Trayner (former owner, 1930s-1940s); Albert Farr (architect, 1930); Axel Cederbory (builder, 1930); and Denise Bates (landscape architect, 1999).
The folder includes a work sheet, plant list, features plan, and site plan.