Vines Botanical Gardens, one of the newer gardens in the region, is also one of its most idyllic. On twenty-five immaculate acres outside a small town just east of Atlanta, it features a landscape of colorful plantings set around a picturesque lake complete with bridge, fountains, swans, and geese. Beyond are a group of charming gardens, some graced with antique statuary and yet more fountains, others set along streams and ponds. For its short history the site has undergone several incarnations, from being the private estate of Charles and Myrna Adams in the mid-1980s, to becoming a public garden in the 1990s, to later being taken over by the Vines Botanical Gardens Foundation named after Mrs. Adams’s father, Odie Vines, to being yet again privatized, finally to becoming a county park.
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