United States of America, Mississippi, Adams County, Natchez
Green Leaves (Natchez, Mississippi)
Green Leaves is located in Natchez, Mississippi and occupies about a half acre of ground. The property has a rich history dating to the early 19th century, while the garden was designed in 1928 by Paul L. Mueller, a landscape architect of Minneapolis and Memphis. A black wrought iron fence with a center decorative iron gate defines the front of the property. The site features many varieties of trees including a 300-year-old live oak, as well as camellias and azaleas. Roses and iris are among the flowers providing colorful accents. Outdoor seating ranges from formal to informal.
Persons associated with the property include: Paul L. Mueller (landscape architect, 1928); Melchior Roch Beltzhoover (former owner); and Ruth Audley Britton Wheeler Beltzhoover (former owner).
The folder includes an information sheet, various site plans, a slide plan, a slide list, historical information about the property and its owners, a plant list, and other information.