United States of America, Connecticut, Fairfield County, Greenwich
Hoberman Garden (Greenwich, Connecticut)
Porter and Waterman Brothers owned the heavily wooded property in 1959 and divided it into 70 lots. The present owners bought four lots for a total of 5.6 acres in the early 1960s. The steep, heavily wooded lot appealed to the owners and soon dug a pond. In 1997, the owners landscaped the property for a wedding, hence the name "Wedding Path" for the mulched footpath. A collection of native plants such as echinacea and amsonia cover a newly planted meadow garden near the pond.
Persons and organizations associated with the property include: Tremantana and Rowe (architects); Michael Harvey (planting, 2002-2003)
The folder includes a worksheet, plant list, copies of articles and garden plan.
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