Developed for demonstration, The Beverly Blue Teaching Garden highlights landscape architecture for study and contemplation. It contrasts round spaces on the Garden’s east side with more linear designs on the west. Circular patterns frame the brick seating area frequently used for open-air classrooms and weddings. The rectangular lines of the Garden’s other side bring balance to the space and highlight its differences.
The stamped-stone pathway, sheet waterfalls and a vine-covered arbor make this Garden a tranquil retreat. Featuring diverse plant material, you can find Daylilies, Iris varieties, Hydrangeas and other flowering trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals on display. The space seeks to broaden landscape architecture conversations and provide inspiration for any outdoor palette. Sit down and look around to find what Beverly Blue has to teach you.