The White Garden
Colour is crucial here. Cabot wants to please the eye and continually gives it something to discover. The White Garden, inspired by the classic English garden, is one of the original gardens first planted in 1928. Over the years, Cabot has refined the garden so only white flowers bloom. Cranesbill, lupins, lamium, hostas, peonies and phlox are just a few of the flowers found here. Cabot has placed a shallow oval pond with water inked jet black, reflecting the foliage of the white flowers.