The Giles Rhododendron Garden was the first area planted at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens. To experience it fully, walk the stone wall-lined paths that rise above the natural pond. From these terraced pathways, you can look across at the magnificent waterfall on one side of the pond. Massive stone steps and benches are features of this impressive garden.



Special thanks to William Brehm, Riverside Studio Photography, for some of the images in this gallery. They are provided for our use courtesy of The Bruce John Riddell Landart Archive.