Welcome and thank you for visiting the ever changing SFA Gardens web site. Since 1985 the Gardens have grown from a small 1/4 acre patch on the South side of the Agriculture building to 128 acres of on-campus property. The gardens boast an amazing diversity of plant life that has been accumulated through a network of friends, plant enthusiasts, and colleagues in the USA. There are four main garden areas - the SFA Mast Arboretum, the Ruby M. Mize Azalea Garden, the Pineywoods Native Plant Center and the Gayla Mize Garden. The latter is the newest garden under development and is part of the 68-acre SFA Recreational Trails and Gardens. What makes SFA Gardens special is plants, people and plans!
INA BRUNDRETT CONSERVATION EDUCATION BUILDING DEDICATION
WE'RE GOING SOLAR AT THE INA BRUNDRETT CONSERVATION EDUCATION BUILDING VIA A GREEN MOUNTAIN ENERGY SUN CLUB GRANT!
YOUTUBE TRIBUTE TO THE INA BRUNDRETT CONSERVATION EDUCATION BUILDING DEDICATION
SFA GARDENS MAP!
2012 SFA GARDENS ANNUAL REPORT
2013 SFA GARDENS ANNUAL REPORT
SFA Gardens 01-27-2014 - Duke Pittman, Dawn Stover, Barb Stump, Dave Creech, Elyce Rodewald, Kerry Lemon, Greg Grant
Left to Right: Dawn Stover, Duke Pittman, Barbara Stump, Dave Creech, Kerry Lemon, Greg Grant, and Elyce Rodewald