United States of America, Ohio, Hamilton County, Cincinnati
Mill Trace (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Mill Trace was established in 1929 with two acres of gardens. The garden is described as formal with many holly cultivars, perennial garden and cutting garden. There is an allee of swamp oaks backed by clumps of hollies and beyond through the high-walled court entrance. According to the Garden Club of American Annual Meeting publication of April, 1954, the owner "has an abiding interest in rare, strange, and hardy plants." A field in ca. 1930 was turned into parklike lawns accented with trees.
Person(s) associated with the property include: Edmund Lawrence Jones (former owner); William Adams Delano (architect and landscape designer).
The folder includes a work sheet and update sheet..
Garden has been featured in "Camargo to Indian Hill," Indian Hill Historical Museum Association