December 12 Week 2 Garden Photos

The Rosedown Plantation gardens were the province of Martha Turnbull throughout her life. The Turnbulls’ 1828 honeymoon in Europe included great formal gardens of France, England, and Italy, an influence seen in Martha’s gardening activities at Rosedown. During Martha’s lifetime, the landscaped gardens covered about 28 acres. The present gardens now cover 18 acres.

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