A fan of my Gardening Cook Page on Facebook recently shared with me some photos she took on a recent Garden tour of Stott Garden in Goshen, Indiana.
My husband and I spend the summer months touring garden centers around this country. We have visited several of them in Indiana, but when someone mentioned it on my Facebook page, I knew I had to put it on my list of places to visit next year.
It has so much to offer!
Stroll down the paths of Stott Garden with Janie Newton Teel.
Janie said “the garden is a private huge garden but they give tours to the public. There is no charge but she will accept donations since she purchases all the plants. THOUSANDS.
It is cared for by an 83 year old mother and her daughter. IT IS AMAZING…so many paths that take a person down deep valleys and slopes.”
Here are some wonderful images from Janie’s tour of Stott Garden. Thanks so much for sharing them, Janie!
Hostas and Coral Bells in the foreground. Who would have thought LEAVES could be so pretty?
Close up of the coral bells. What a variety of color! That looks like a day lily in the back!
Fabulous walkway lined with more Heucheras. Coral bells is a plant that I have in my shady garden spots. It does not like full sun.
Lupines in full flower! What a show! I love the height of the flower blooms.
For more garden tours, be sure to check out these posts:
- Visit to Biltmore Estate (the conservatory photos are amazing.)
- Also in Indiana, Elkhart’s Wellfield Botanic Garden is a blend of art and nature in a water setting.
- Beech creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve – the children’s teaching area is a delight.
- Hahn Horticulture Garden – a 6 acre teaching and display garden with loads of garden art.