This three-acre hillside garden and nursery, the result of a hobby run amok, includes more than 250 varieties of cold-hardy roses. Climbers and ramblers clamber over swags, posts, pergolas, fences, and trees. Beds of antique roses spill into the paths around the brick terraces. Hybrid rugosas run through a 100-foot mixed border. Visitors will see a large bonsai collection and many unusual trees, including twenty-five gingko cultivars. Admire the chickens as you sit under an espaliered weeping English oak in the rose garden or the Camperdown elm trained over an arbor.
NOTE: This garden was a site on a previous Open Days Garden Tour and is not open to the public at other times.
Last updated December 30, 2021