Gaiety Hollow, garden benches, Garden Tours, Historic Gardens, Lord & Schryver, Lord & Schryver Conservancy
Garden manager and curator Lindsey Kerr is away this week so I’m jumping back in for a quick post. The garden will be open this Saturday at 10:30 for touring ($5.00 per adult) and if you haven’t been in a while it is worth the trip. Lindsey Kerr has worked miracles in the garden along with the team of volunteers who trim and weed and tidy…not to mention to the volunteers who are replacing the hard-scape in the garden…i.e. the rotting wooden fences, benches and gates. But first…the garden. I stepped in the gate this morning and was just delighted…
Fresh, organized and the smells…yum. Lindsey has been working with the many garden plans and lists that Lord and Schryver made for their own garden over the years, and has replanted many of the old-fashioned favorites they often used. Noticable this summer are the Canterbury Bells…the bells are back!
and this morning I sat briefly in my favorite shady benches for views of the garden…
And the pergola and bench under the grape arbor are COMPLETE! (I spent a whole week here a few years ago drawing!)
Mark your calendar…Saturday June 24th!
Gretchen Carnaby said:
Thanks, Bonnie. Bless your heart for all your blogging, etc.
Matt Parks - Tree Service said:
Great photos! Thanks for the quick read. -Matt