Saturday, January 16, 2010

Ida Cason Callaway Gardens, Georgia

Ida Cason Callaway Gardens
The Gatehouse with its rived shingles and hand-hewn beams has become a symbol of the welcome and hospitality which await visitors within the Gardens' gates.  These Gardens feature wildflowers of the Appalachians in native settings, and may be seen on U.S. 27, 2 miles south of Pine Mountain, Georgia, and 30 miles north of Columbus, Georgia.

Ida Cason Callaway Gardens
Lady Banksia rose in bloom at The Clubhouse.  The Clubhouse dining room is open to the public and is recommended by Duncan Hines.  On U.S. Highway 27, 30 miles north of Columbus, at Pine Mountain, Georgia.

Discover more about Callaway Gardens at their site

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