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The Southern Romance of the Nation's Oldest Public Garden

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For three centuries the he Spanish moss dips low as the sunlight reflects off still waters. Alligators sun themselves, while blue herons stand among the nearby cypress trees. Below, a turtle’s head bobs in and out of the swamp’s black water.


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