The Southern Garden History Society is a group of enthusiasts and professionals that fosters and shares scholarly research about our historic gardens, cultural landscapes, and horticultural history through educational programs and publications. We celebrate the beauty and diversity of the South’s historic gardens and encourage their preservation and restoration so they may enrich the lives of others.
The summer issue of Magnolia explores the extraordinary friendship of Caroline Dormon and Elizabeth Lawrence, two legendary Southern garden writers of the early twentieth century. Andrea Sprott, curator … Read More
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