Gardens

Inside an Antebellum Georgia Estate

A country estate reborn

April/May 2015

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The revived boxwoods.

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Historical documents and photographs line the walls of the original house.

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Inside the restored Hutcheson-Redwine house.

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A garden path.

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Vegetables grown on the property.

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Gold Glow roses.

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One of Robinson’s many displays throughout the house.

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A restored sitting room.

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Robinson on the back stoop of the Hutcheson-Redwine house.

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Robinson relished the challenge of restoring the garden.

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Breakfast is ready.

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Robinson planted flowers beds next to the house to give the yard some color.

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The kitchen, like the rest of the house, brims with beautiful objects.

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Robinson tending to the vegetables.

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A harvest from the garden.

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Keith G. Robinson heads outside with his dog, Winnie.

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Onions, potatoes, and sweet potatoes from the garden.

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A weathered tuteur adds an architectural accent to the garden.

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The yard, that once lacked color, now is in full bloom.

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