Located in the River Oaks area of Houston, the house of Heyer Garden featured late Georgian architecture from 1937. The garden at the back of the house, begun in 1937 by landsape architect C.C. Fleming of Fleming & Sheppard, was enclosed by a high white brick wall and featured wisteria and Lady Banksia. An open grass area of lawn is framed with azaleas, camellias and a hedge of pink sasanqua camellias.
Persons associated with the garden include: C.C. Fleming od Fleming & Sheppard (landscape architects, 1938), John Staub (architect, 1937), and Mr. and Mrs George S. Heyer, Jr.
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The Garden Club of Houston facilitated the submission of this garden's documentation.
The folder includes worksheets and articles.
Garden has been featured in The Gardens of Houston, Texas Annual Garden Pilgrimage (1939) and The Garden Club of Amerca's Annual meeting publication of 1939
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