This garden is best viewed in springtime, when the azaleas and rhodos are in full bloom. The garden has a lot of unused potential in other seasons, but seems limited by budget or other reasons. There are no real formal areas that you might expect(and it could probably use a bit of), but what you find is a quiet, scenic, woodland style private garden with friendly volunteers and a lot of charm. Definitely worth the modest price of admission or repeat visits if you choose to become a member.
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