Considering this historical site and developing garden is free, I am surprised by some reviews already posted. There are orientation maps to guide you to the already present gardens. The camellia garden is extensive (and in bloom now), there's a charming cottage garden, Mediterrannean courtyard with colorful buildings, an orchid greenhouse, bamboo groves, seemingly rare trees and palms, water garden and large lakes. I was told the bamboo maze with tower was being installed this winter and people were working on it and a ditch. The Savannah Morning News reported the groundbreaking on the new visitor center. There was a tremendous Christmas lights display within the existing gardens this winter, too. Plant labels are all over the existing garden areas. As for knowing what us locals always knew as the Bamboo Farm, they have a nice website now and their Facebook page is active with lots of notifications, including what's in bloom, or what birds or butterflies are around. This WILL continue to be one of the more unique, non-cookie-cutter attractions for us all.
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