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This collection of gardens are located on the Freeman Store and Museum grounds. They include a Colonial Herb Garden, a Native American Garden, a Fern Garden, a Victory Garden, and the more recent, Woodland Walk Garden.

The Freeman Store Gardens are a collection of five small gardens located on the Freeman Store and Museum grounds.


The Colonial Herb Garden is planted with herbs related to food, medicine and aromas that the early Vienna settlers would have depended on. The Native American Garden includes native plants used by northeastern Native American tribes for food, medicine, and tools. The Victory Garden contains vegetables that were grown to increase home food production during World War I and World War II. The Woodland Walk is a beautiful border to the stream that features native plants that thrive in the shade.

Plant Lists

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