Public Hours

April through October
Sundays 1-4 PM (except Easter)
Extended hours based per event.

(410) 255-4048

Explore

Come see what the gardens have to offer

The Kitchen Garden in Winter

 

Door Step Garden

 

The Lavender field in Winter

 

The Chestnut Tree

 

The Magnolia Tree

 

The Chickasaw Plums

Green Chickasaw Plums starting to turn red. Chickasaw plum grows 12 to 20 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide in an irregular shape. It is "twiggy" in nature, and has a scaly, almost black bark. Its branches are reddish with a thorn-like, small side branches. In February, March, April and May, small white flowers blossom, 8–9 mm wide, along with red plums, up to 25 mm long. The flowers have five white petals with reddish or orange anthers. The plums are cherry-like and tend to be quite tart until they fully ripen. They ripen in late summer. It requires low to medium amounts of water to grow, and dry, sandy or loose soil. It grows best in areas with regular sunlight or areas of partial shade. It was originally cultivated by Native Americans before the arrival of European

 

AA Parks and Recs

Date: 
Sunday, April 7, 2019