Spotlight on Nassau Gardens
Jan Davis in her garden
Jan Davis enjoys a "pocket garden" which can be viewed through a large bay window off the dining room. Because the garden is walled, it creates a shade garden below, while Jan uses raised hanging pots to provide a splash of color. The walls are covered with creeping fig, giving a green backdrop for a large statue in the center of the small garden. Anchoring one end is a white standard azalea which, she says, "looks like a large snowball when it is in bloom." Jan also grows roses in another area of her yard and receives great pleasure from sharing roses with friends.