|Location||Decatur, Georgia, United States|
|Area||7 acres (2.8 ha)|
|Status||Open all year|
Woodlands Garden is a seven acre mostly wooded public garden in Decatur, Georgia. It serves as a native plant habitat for the Piedmont, with over 30 species of trees. Ferns, wildflowers, and shrubs are also common features. It became protected greenspace in 2002, and was donated by the Morse family to become publicly accessible. The property has been influenced by landscape architect Edward L. Daugherty, among others, and Ruby Bock is the coordinator. Volunteers help maintain the property, partially by removing invasive species, every other Wednesday morning.
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