Linden Plantation Gardens is an all-season wonder with many faces. From the glorious azaleas in spring, to the friendly perennials and annuals in spring and summer to the fire of fall and the contrast of winter.
Travel down a sunken road to a plantation that has been in the Brabston family since 1827, for four generations, when Anne Marie Brabston married John Wesley Vick. Ancient magnolias and cedars planted by the present owner's great-grandmother still stand today.
Joy Brabston, renowned garden expert, is ready to share her visual journey to return Linden Plantation Gardens from 40 years of neglect and abandonment into the present 8-acre Southern gardens featured in books, magazines and newspapers across the country.
The unique house showcases the historical period and some of the original furniture, china and glassware. Experience the ambiance of the old made new as you are welcomed to Linden Plantation.
Best Reason to Stay: Getting away! When you need to escape, the "Polly House" at Linden Plantation Gardens and B & B is waiting to take you away from all the hustle and bustle and offers wonderful seclusion in a delightful plantation garden! Delta Magazine, March-April 2006