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ICAA in Fort Worth will present a garden party and lecture by Fergus Garrett. Garrett has held the position of head gardener for the internationally acclaimed Great Dixter Garden in Northiam, East Sussex, UK.

The Hallman residence was originally constructed in 1936 for the well known Fort Worth retailer, Marvin Leonard, who was best known for building the Colonial golf course in Fort Worth and launching the careers of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. In recent years, the original lot was combined with the adjacent lot to create a 4 1/2 acre traditional garden designed by architect Ralph Duesing and constructed by M. M. Moore Construction.
 

ICAA in Fort Worth will present a garden party and lecture by Fergus Garrett. Garrett has held the position of head gardener for the internationally acclaimed Great Dixter Garden in Northiam, East Sussex, UK.

The Hallman residence was originally constructed in 1936 for the well known Fort Worth retailer, Marvin Leonard, who was best known for building the Colonial golf course in Fort Worth and launching the careers of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. In recent years, the original lot was combined with the adjacent lot to create a 4 1/2 acre traditional garden designed by architect Ralph Duesing and constructed by M. M. Moore Construction.

ICAA in Fort Worth will present a garden party and lecture by Fergus Garrett. Garrett has held the position of head gardener for the internationally acclaimed Great Dixter Garden in Northiam, East Sussex, UK.

The Hallman residence was originally constructed in 1936 for the well known Fort Worth retailer, Marvin Leonard, who was best known for building the Colonial golf course in Fort Worth and launching the careers of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. In recent years, the original lot was combined with the adjacent lot to create a 4 1/2 acre traditional garden designed by architect Ralph Duesing and constructed by M. M. Moore Construction.

WHEN

WHERE

Private Home
600 Alta Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.classicist-texas.org/

TICKET INFO

Free for members; $35 for non-members.
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