Saturday, September 18, 2010

Visit to Oak Grove Plantation to Help Arnold Cemetery

Oct 2, 2010 from 9:00am-5:00pm
Newnan, Georgia 4537 North Highway 29

Fund Raiser for Arnold Cemetery (on property) $10.00 contribution (children free) tax deductible

Oak Grove Plantation is a restored 1830 plantation with outbuildings, complete with farm animals. Bring your family, a picnic lunch and enjoy the day. There are 5 acres of gardens, including herb garden, formal garden, secret garden, sunken garden, playhouse garden, the list goes on.

The gardens have been ongoing for 27 years. They are an interpretive restoration of what a 19th century plantation owner’s wife might have done. The owners grow heirloom plants and recent introductions. There will be extra plants from the gardens for sale to benefit the cemetery.

The gardens have been featured in Southern Living, Southern Living Landscape book, Country Gardens, Southern Homes, Atlanta Magazine and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. You can view pictures of the gardens at Oak Grove is the private residence of George and Liz Tedder.
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