Here are a couple shots of the mansion then we will move on to the garden.
How about that, isn't it beautiful? Now we can to walk into the garden. We will go through the front gate and start to the left.
There are paths leading all through the garden.
You can see their back porch where they often dine with family and friends.
There are so many interesting piece of art in the garden.
There is a path that leads to the back gate and potting shed area. My two grandsons and my daughter enjoyed the garden. I'll bring you back for a tour of the mansion when my grandsons aren't along with their quick little hands.
We can turn around and walk back to the other side of the house.
Wow, I know I have shared a lot of pictures today, but his garden is so amazing and here is a fact I have been saving. When Ira purchased the Edwin Halliday Mansion, there wasn't much of a garden at all, it was mostly just weeds, dirt and a magnolia tree. So this garden has truly been a transformation to a work of beauty and art.
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