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Hendersonville, NC (7)
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Heavily wooded 25 acres in a north-facing hollow nestled in a secluded mountain cove. The gardens are mostly filled with perennials, bulbs, and flowering shrubs and trees. Outbuildings dot the landscape, and are constructed from children's playouses. Bee hives help with pollination. Zone 6b-7a

Yard Categories: Garden

Comments / Q&A

On January 10,2011 Harriett Harvey said:

"WOW, I have viewed this Beautiful Garden when we had a Tea Party!! It is really a Very Inspirational Place and I am sure with a foot of snow it had today it is really picturesque! I can't wait for Spring to see it again with it's most charming blooms. "

On January 9,2011 Barbara Stanley said:

"Thanks so much, KeyWee. I do plan to add more pictures soon...maybe while we're snowed in over the next few days! It was 8 deg here this morning, and they're calling for about a foot of snow to come tonight and through tomorrow. I'm ready for Spring!"

On January 9,2011 KeyWee said:

"Wow ~ beautiful ..... wish you had more pictures posted. I am also in 6b-7a (albeit in Western KY ~ where it is darn cold today!!). "

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