is a real life, show-it like-it-is demonstration garden.
Open to general public from March to November, during daylight hours.
Of interest to;
Persons with an interest in small fruits and vegetables. Will see demonstrations of intensified gardening techniques used throughout the year.
Persons with mobility problems. The food section of the garden consists of eight raised beds and four elevated beds.
Persons, or their care givers, with dementia problems. The gardens are arraigned to meet the recommendations of the National Alzheimer’s Association.
Persons with an interest in native plants of North Carolina. Portions of the garden has been designated as a Native Plant Habitat by the NC Native Plant Society. Of special interest is the Rain Garden established using native plants.
Directions to Hide-N-Wood Gardens:
From Elizabeth City take Halstead Blvd. NW to Thunder Road, turn right on Thunder Road which dead-ends on Wellfield Rd. Turn right on Wellfield and just ahead is 923 Wellfield with white PVC entryway to Hide-N-Wood Gardens.
If you have Questions and/or comments please call 252-312-4970. Photo Credit: Hide-N-Wood Gardens - August 2006 by Jessica Faulkingham.