United States of America, New Hampshire, Stafford County, Lee
Bedrock Gardens (Lee, New Hampshire)
Bedrock Gardens occupies twenty acres of thirty-five acre farm located in the small village of Lee, New Hampshire. The garden, established in 1987, gets its name from numerous outcroppings and closely underlying layers of granite bedrock. Major features include a four hundred foot double allée, a wildlife pond, a Japanese style garden and a two-hundred foot watercourse. Types of garden rooms in the garden include an ornamental grass garden, a dwarf conifer garden, parterre garden, a spring garden, a meditation garden, a rock garden, and perennial beds. The garden is planted with many unusual specimens of plants and incorporates many unusual structures such as a Torii, Belgian Fence, Tea House, Pergolas and viewing sites. Sculptures created by the owners appear throughout the garden rooms.
The folder includes an information sheet, a features plan, a slide view plan, a slide list and several articles on the garden.