2010 April. View of walled camellia garden with Palms, Magnolias, Crepe Myrtles, Roses, Holly and Camellias surround the reflection pond. Image by John Hauser.
One of the old Camellia Gardens at Fenwick.
Cannon Ball Camellia
Camellia Circle Drive on the Fenwick Plantation Grounds, circa 2010
Camellia's as seen through the ancient Palladian Windows in the north east parlor looking toward the Stono River
The National Register of Historic Places: Fenwick Hall, circa 1730
Life at Fenwick Hall Plantation is colorful and everywhere. Even where you least expect it. The current caretakers of Fenwick are doing all they can to preserve what is left. The plantation becomes more endangered every day with new strip malls, concrete and turning lanes. Soon the deer, owls, racoons, wild turkeys may have no where to live but on the streets. As it is, they have already let the marshlands be developed, so no room there for new wild residents! Please learn what the city has planned for John's Island.
Olive Tree's in the formal English Garden near the Fenwick Coach House, 2010
Fenwick Japanese Maples, circa ~2009
2010, March. Gerald hard at work as always.
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