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I stopped here one day to practice with a new camera. It was a private setting. As others indicated, it is tucked away and is not widely advertised. I was able to roam freely and get some great shots, not only of plants and ponds...More
We had passed this wall and garden entrance 100 times not realizing what was on the other side. My boyfriend and I visited on Sunday afternoon and found a beautiful oasis of lush plants, trees, ground cover and the most unusual flowers I had ever...More
beautiful grounds. well cared for. interesting plans, trees and bushes. a breath of fresh air in the middle of town. a well kept secret that should be discovered. support them financially also, this gem should be appreciated by visits and dollars.
Awesome. Quiet, abundant greenspace in the bustle of the suburb. Located just feet off busy Pearl Rd, this large walking garden shows an enormous variety of plants and flowers. While the space is not 'manicured' as such, it is well kept by the hard work...More
Went for a guided tour in May with my garden club led by Mark, the tireless and loving caretaker of this property. Many unusual plants and trees and more annuals thanks to new fencing which keep hungry deer out!
Wonderful, manageable, informal gardens that have worked on since 1949. Lovely annuals, perennials, water plants etc. the "docent" was a very hospitable young man who appears sincerely dedicated. My wife asked about the poppies and he gave her a packet of seeds!
I had read about this site in The Cleveland Plain Dealer and was curious. It's one of those places that is invisible even though it's in front of your face. The entrance is very hard to find, but trust your GPS - it's there. The...More