Mulberry Plantation---The image of a Grey Herron is reflected in the water of one of the ponds on South Mulberry Plantation. 1/3`1/97. Staff Photo by Bill Jordan.
Cypress knees on the property.
Many of the live oaks’ heavy limbs are supported by cables.
Old live oaks arch over the entrance driveway to the house at Mulberry Plantation.
The kitchen garden contains fruits and herbs used by the culinary staff.
A musket ball from a long-ago war is imbedded in a brick of the house at Mulberry Plantation in Berkeley County.
The glass house (left) at Mulberry contains tropical and house plants along with the potting bench (right) that’s built against the ice house, where food items were once stored.
The view from the front lawn of the split rail fence and a field of broom grass.
The treehouse where the grandchildren play.
The shade garden outside the south house where guests often stay.
A boardwalk from one of the guest houses overlooks the flooded rice fields.
Scenic walk from one of the guest houses beneath live oaks with confederate jasmine along the sidewalk.
The parterre garden design by Loutrel Briggs in 1930 overlooks the flooded rice fields.