This garden is accentuated with a bench and water feature offering visitors some quiet solitude.Located within the Native Plants Garden and is a fascinating place with plants found in Georgia bogs.After smelling the rosemary, lavender and mint and seeing the lavender cotton and sage in bloom you will want to learn how these herbs were used over the years to heal the body, flavor food and soothe the soul. It's system of water management can be compared to the water feature in the Windbreak Garden.An assortment of ornamental grasses ranging in height from 10 inches to 10 feet are on display in the Ornamental Grasses Garden. There are brightly colored flowers, beautiful butterflies, and an occasional hummingbird.Visitors can see the ultimate size, and the plume appearance and color of the grasses planted here. Roses and herbs fill the air with pleasant fragrances.Lamb's ear, thornless blackberries, and other plants beckon to be touched.Antique Climbing Roses - Growing along and over a wrought iron fence that borders the Heirloom Garden.
A playhouse, a walkway etched with pictures of plants and animals, a paver stone checkerboard, and small benches provide a setting for play and endless use of our imaginations and creativity.
Griffin is known as the "Iris City" and befitting that designation, irises and day lilies grow and bloom throughout the Garden, but especially in the Heirloom Garden.