The Four Seasons Garden, located between the Horseshoe and Japanese Garden, was a gift from Gordon Scarborough in memory of his wife, Dolores. Finished in 1995, the garden features both sculptures and plants that represent the four seasons. A meandering path winds past beds filled with a charming assortment of annuals, perennials, trees, and shrubs.
This garden remains vibrant during each season. Camellias bloom throughout the winter months followed by iris and azaleas. In summer, daylilies provide vibrant color, and in autumn chrysanthemums and maples burst into color in the fall.