Happy 4th of July!
As mentioned in a previous post, this week I visited the Swift-Coles Historic Home. I was married here a few years ago. Click HERE to see the post. My mother-in-law grew up here, until 8 I believe. It has since been turned into a museum and the property is beautiful. It is prettier in the fall, if you get an opportunity to click on the post. I was married in late October.
Before the gate are planters with beautiful ferns.
Path along the fence. This is where the bridal party marched. I was married on the front porch.
These looked like pittosporum.
Grass path that goes around the house.
I married here.
The reason for the visit, was that a family heirloom was being returned from Chicago. It was being donated to the home.
View from front door.
Above was a straight grassy path on the right, this is the path on the left.
Statue...I think this is a replication of Hera.
Some plants look like azaleas
Some looked like crape myrtles because of the bark