Learn the secrets of an unforgettable South Carolina garden rooted in a love of land and home.
Photo: Ralph Lee Anderson
An interpretation of a stick tobacco barn, Moore Farms' springhouse is a favorite spot for visitors, who gaze through its large, wattle-woven doors and take in the beauty of the pond. Located where agriculture is an integral part of the area's past and present, the garden first embraces the land. Managed meadows and forests on the perimeter gradually give way to structured, manicured spaces. The exuberant plantings form a surprising bridge to the tranquil surrounding landscape.