Weaving Nature, Culture, and Tradition

Exploring the Herb Knot Garden unveils a rich tapestry of plants—imbued with culinary, textile, and healing significance—representing diverse cultures and traditions. This garden celebrates our deep-rooted connection with these plants.

Southern view of the garden

Tudor-Inspired Design

The Alexandra Hicks Herb Knot Garden is a modern interpretation of the 16th-century English Tudor garden style, carefully designed to evoke the charm and elegance of this bygone era. One of the garden's special features is the meticulously trimmed center knot, designed to evoke a sense of movement and appear woven.

Seasonal Splendor

A blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage, where a variety of plants with culinary, textile, and healing significance are ready for exploration.

The Alexandra Hicks Herb Knot Garden reflects the diversity of cultures and traditions that have influenced our connection with plants and showcases various plants used for culinary, artistic, and healing purposes around the world.

Two people exploring the garden
Newly-married couple walking in the garden

Photo by: Breakthrough Images Photography

Create Lasting Memories

The Alexandra Hicks Herb Knot Garden also holds a special place as a picturesque setting for weddings and gatherings making it a favorite spot for celebrating love and creating lasting memories.


Purple wildflowers
Southeastern view of the garden
Artistic sculpture in the garden