Lush Landscape for an Historic Home

Deep border beds of flowering shrubs and perennials, grand old trees, beautiful containers, a vegetable garden and highlighted artifacts are some of the features of this landscape design that complements an historic home.

Plants Featured in this Clip

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pinky Winky'
Hibiscus syriacus (rose of Sharon) 'Diana'
Salvia 'Wendy's Wish'
Begonia grandis (Hardy Begonia)

Gardener Extras

  1. Craighead House was built circa 1810. It is one of the oldest brick homes in Nashville TN, built as a manor house for a 194 acre farm built by John Brown Craighead.
  2. This quick growing sage has a tidy, compact, slightly open habit of 40” x 40”.

Phillipe Chadwick

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