Beatrix Farrand Garden at Bellefield
Bellefield was the former home of Thomas and Sarah Newbold, and was remodeled by the architects McKim, Mead & White. In 1912, the Newbolds hired their cousin, noted landscape architect Beatrix Farrand, to design the home∆s gardens. Farrand planned three gardens, each enclosed by hedges, stone walls and distinctive ornamental gates. Her design also included a rose garden, a kitchen garden, a lilac and fruit-tree allee and a boxwood parterre. The Newbold family donated the property to the National Park Service in 1976. Today, it serves as the National Park Service's headquarters.
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