Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia
NATIVE PEACE GARDEN

NATIVE PEACE GARDEN


Sautee Nacoochee Native Peace Garden

The Native Peace Garden was dedicated on June 22, 2019. The idea for the garden began in 2015, when the late Helen and Jack Mott gifted a portion of their adjoining land to SNCA.

The Native Peace Garden is located behind the Sautee Post Office.

What's Happening at the Garden?

Open from sunrise to sunset,
the Native Peace Garden
is available for the public's enjoyment.

Winter Tree ID
Jan 16, repeated Jan 30, 10-11:30am

The forest is not barren in the winter if you learn to observe the subtle details of buds and bark. Develop your landscape literacy and learn the names of your local forest friends in this Beginner Tree Identification course. Please wear a mask for the safety of my grandma. Instructor: Jake Blaydes, Local Horticulturist. $10, Register by calling SNCA.

Itching to Sow
Feb 13, repeated Feb 27, 10-11:30am

Channel your winter seed-catalogue browsing blues into direct action to facilitate future cultivation. We will discuss soil testing, fertilization, amendments, alternative methods, planning, and any questions you might have. Please wear a mask for the safety of my grandma. Instructor: Jake Blaydes, Local Horticulturist. $10, Register by calling SNCA.

Plant Sale for Pollinators
April 10

Purchase native perennials including grasses, wildflowers, and more!! Orders can be placed online beginning in March for pickup on April 10. Profits go toward care of the Native Peace Garden.