Take a drive through the Entrance Garden. The gate–hand-forged and incorporating motifs of native plants–stands as a declaration of what lies beyond, while the Entrance Garden dazzles with masses of stunning plants. The Entrance Garden is not open for visitation.Watch Video
Peachie’s Pick Stokes’ Aster
Peachie’s Pick Stokes’ aster – An essential for a shade garden, this perennial is a floriferous and deer-resistant native that draws butterflies to its large, lavender blue blooms.
Trumpet honeysuckle is an attractive woody vining plant with showy clusters of 2” long, crimson tubular flowers. It is quite vigorous, growing from 10-20’ tall and is easily trained on a trellis, arbor or fence.
The Scree Garden is an area where drought and heat tolerant plants grow. This garden’s dominant design element is a large exposure of Gneiss and a crushed rock walking path that forms the rear border of the planting area.
The Rock Outcrop garden is an exposure of an indigenous rock formation known as Gneiss. It is an area of approximately 3000 sq. ft. and was created to represent a naturally occurring rock outcrop habitat where heat and drought tolerant plants grow.