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.

Holiday Stroll
Dec 21 - Jan 6

Enjoy a stroll around the Native Peace Garden decorated with holiday lights and baubles.

Ask the Horticulturist Seminar Series:

Casual Horticulture for the Inquiring Plants-person

Stroll the SNCA campus identifying plants with Horticulturist Jake Blaydes. Jake has a relaxed approach to plant ID that helps engage the curious mind and appreciate the plants. The class will meet at the Native Peace Garden behind the Sautee Nacoochee post office. There is no charge and no registration but please e-mail jtuttle@snca.org if you plan to attend.

Identify Grasses and Forbes
Saturday, Oct 23, 10am - 11:00 am

Identify Local Trees
Saturday, Nov 13, 10am - 11:00 am

Identify Evergreens
Saturday, Dec 11, 10am - 11:00 am