Scarbrough House

In 1980, Historic Savannah Foundation approached Trustees’ Garden Club to design and landscape a formal yet functional garden for its headquarters at the William Scarbrough House, a National Historic Landmark. Thirty thousand dollars was raised for the major groundwork of grading and installing sprinkler and drainage systems. The garden, featuring a terrace with complementing shrubs, walks, benches, a pavilion and a pool, took five years to complete. Pictured left are school children in the completed pavilion in the the mid 1980s.