We visited this garden on a recent trip through the area. The gardens accept American Horticultural Society reciprocal memberships so our admission was gratis.
Visiting near the end of September by it's very nature means that flowers will not be in their peak form but a garden is a garden and there are interesting things to be seen in almost any season when you can see the ground and plants. :-)
It's a smallish garden; still growing; and growing pains are evident. A lot more plants could have been identified than were. That said, we enjoyed the garden immensely as it gave us a better sense for the local vegetation. The historic garden at the far end was particularly enjoyable.
A visit won't take long, but it's also right in town, so you don't have to go far to get there.
Go, support local gardening and enjoy a break from the regular pace of your life.
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