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The Fearrington House Gardens

Built as the farmhouse for the Fearrington family in 1926, The Fearrington House Restaurant now serves as a AAA Five Diamond restaurant and bar. These gardens were recently renovated after the loss of a century-old black gum tree.

Planted with mostly native trees and shrubs. including, Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’, hydrangea errata ‘Tuff Stuff’, and Clethra alnifolia ‘Sixteen Candles’. The flowering shrubs provide a succession of blooms, from spring through summer. Ashe magnolia, Magnolia ashei, skirted with Bistle-leaf sedge, Carex ebumea, flank each side of the entrance.

Take a stroll by this iconic structure to see these beautiful gardens!