The garden tour begins at a handsome
red gate which opens to reveal hundreds of flowers, shrubs, trees,
statues and fountains. A crushed stone path leads the way
through a series of "rooms," ending at Luther Hall for refreshments.
The Lutyens garden is the largest of
the "rooms" and is named for English architect Edwin Lutyens who
designed the bench at the far end.
The Yew Garden is centered by a
statue of Apollo of the Hunt.
The parterres are filled with roses.