2009 Festival of Gardens - Garden 7
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The garden of the English Tudor home of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Morrison has five distinct spaces. The front of the home is designed to resemble a park, and with 40-plus trees, the area is inviting and spacious. At one end, the home's library and formal living room open on to a Charleston-style garden, created to be an "outdoor room". At the opposite end, a sunroom opens to a formal English garden perfect for parties and entertaining. The landscaping is complete with a small orchard and a public space along the street where the driveway features stones in a European fan design. Built in 1936, this home was named an "All-American Home" in a General Electric competition and was the first in Columbia to have air conditioning.