The Wells Japanese Garden is a Newberry landmark that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Designed by W. Fulmer Wells, an architecture graduate and largely implemented by his father Henry B. Wells, Sr. the garden is an excellent example of both a historic designed and a vernacular landscape. It is exemplary because it was designed by a trained professional in a recognized style, and vernacular because it was crafted by people using local materials, making their own forms and collecting plant materials.
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