New Garden at McKelvy House

The new garden at McKelvy House features a sunken lawn surrounded by sloped perennial borders including salvia, coral bells, conefl ower, phlox, and liriope, and shrubs such as azalea, pieris, chokeberry, barberry, summersweet, virburnum, and northern bayberry. A concrete wheelchair accessible ramp leads up to a patio. The garden, designed by Architerra, and other site improvements were made possible by Robert Pfenning’s designation of funds donated to the College by Robert E. ’32 and Hazel E. Pfenning.

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