Ebenezer Maxwell Mansionemaxwellmansion@yahoo.com, 215.438.1861 Diane Richardson
The gardens at the Mansion were created to represent two time periods during the Victorian era. The northwest triangle of the garden was based on the philosophy and designs of Andrew Jackson Downing’s book The Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 1841. Frank Scott’s book Art of Beautifying Suburban Grounds, 1870, was the inspiration for the southeast portion of the garden. Nationally renowned landscape architect Reed Engle designed the Mansion gardens using precepts from these books.
Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm
Elizabeth Belk, Horticulturalist, email@example.com
Katie Brownell, Home Farm Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Oldest Rose Garden in America, dating back to 1824, over 70+cultivars of historic roses. Most all commercially traded roses came from the garden on the corner of Germantown Ave. and Walnut Lane.