The Kipp Garden was designed by landscape architect Frederick W. G. (William Gunster) Peck (d. 1998), who was active in the greater Philadelphia area. The clean lines of the contemporary style house with its attached greenhouse were complemented by the clean lines of Peck's design. Features included multiple flagstone patios and walkways; an allée of sinuous trees; a small, manmade pond; bulbs and groundcover plants; and a wrought iron arbor. Pending additional research, the garden's location has been identified only as being in the United States.
Persons associated with the garden include Frederick W. G. Peck (landscape architect, ca. 1960-1980).