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 Azalea Society of America | profile | all galleries >>  Conventions... >>  2003 Convention... >>  Frances Jones Garden... tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

 Frances Jones Garden...

The Frances Jones garden is a long garden along the bluffs overlooking the river. With a commanding view of the Tennessee River valley, this well designed immaculate garden features native plants, wildflowers, ferns and exotics, many of them labeled for easy reference. The plants are set off nicely by a number of sculptures, a few whimsies, and a pergola and gazebo.
Phil Louer, Mike Stump, Lucy Book, George Book, Bob McWhorter, John Brown, Virginia Banks listening to Frances Jones (not shown)
Phil Louer, Mike Stump, Lucy Book, George Book, Bob McWhorter, John Brown, Virginia Banks listening to Frances Jones (not shown)
One of the many statues in the garden.
One of the many statues in the garden.
Gazebo or lath house—whatever it is, it is neat.
Gazebo or lath house—whatever it is, it is neat.
River view . . . in the fog.
River view . . . in the fog.
'Nocturne'
'Nocturne'
John & Sally Perkins with the hostess, Frances Jones.
John & Sally Perkins with the hostess, Frances Jones.
'Margaret Douglas'
'Margaret Douglas'
Mountain laurel and rocks
Mountain laurel and rocks
On the bluff - locust tree?
On the bluff - locust tree?
River view
River view