Posting from the road for a few days, but we couldn’t resist sharing garden photos from our visit to Williamsburg. For those unfamiliar, Williamsburg is a recreation of an 18th century American colonial town in the time of the revolution (not as hokey as you might think). The town is full of period-costumed staff and many activities (fun for kids) but we were most impressed by the landscaping and architecture. Williamsburg is a very beautiful town.
Our favorite places in the town were the gardens of the houses. Many are hidden, but you can tour them, or simply ask and find yourself in a garden that isn’t much different from it was 250 years ago. Our highlight was the vegetable garden.It looks like a garden most gardeners would be proud to have. Gardens don’t change much, just the tools evolve. You could say the same about people.
Hope you enjoy the photos.
- The Secret Gardens Of Williamsburg & Whale Hunting In Chukotka [PechaKucha] (psfk.com)
- Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia – The Way We Were (virginiabornandbred.wordpress.com)