This report details the remaining remnanats of the formal garden at Middleburg Plantation, one of the oldest intact plantation sites in the lowcountry of South Carolina. In private hands, the plantation house grounds are well preserved. The report presents both the historical documents and references as well as the existing conditions and makes recommendations for stabilization of the historic landscape remnants.
This report was the result of a field studies class held at the University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, in Landscape Architecture. Led by Professor Brabec, the class travelled to the site for the week of August 26th to September 2nd, 2000.
Brabec, Elizabeth; Appel, Mike; Davidson, Katie; Faiks, Sarah; Ion, Bonnie; Kest, Jarrett; Lewis, Geoff; Mather, Mimi; Pollock, Dave; and Rome, Clea, "Middleburg Plantation: A cultural and historical investigation into the formal gardens" (2001). Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning Faculty Publication Series. 1.
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