was not open the day we visited because of being closed on Mondays, but we did get to take in the gardens.
The gardens were by Lucy Morton Hudgins, wife of Edward Wrenn Hudgins - The Virginia Supreme Court of appeals former Chief Justice. These amazing gardens are a sight to behold. A stately stone wall fence with a iron gate to the entrance.
Located in the historic neighborhood in Chase City Va. in Mecklenburg County.
MacCallum More is Scottish for "Home of the Clan". Named by Mrs. Hudgins, the home is two story colonial.
Garden is surrounded by stone taken from the surrounding countryside of old foundations and chimneys from18th and 19th century
Commander William Henry Hudgins expanded the garden in the 1940's , 60's and 70's. There are areas of the gardens that are dedicated to the Hudgins and Morton families.
A sweet little Dutch girl statue
sharing with Brambleberry cottage
Part two here