The Garden was made in the 1930s in a small South Carolina town and at first glance you may find it strange that a garden like this was made in this town. I, however, thoroughly enjoyed the visit. There are some oriental plants and vegetation that you otherwise wouldn't find in South Carolina, there is a Japanese tea house, and a small bridge. The highlight (besides the Japanese structures) had to have been the mini-pond (Coy pond??) which is still stocked with asian style fish, I saw bright orange-fire red fish and watched them swim under the bridge. This garden seems like the perfect place to pack a lunch or spend about 30 min for a quiet reflection. Enjoy!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.