camellia society (we were told).
The Treece house was another artist's home/studio/garden. Roderick Treece and Studio Zero are headquartered in the middle of a comfortable garden. Studio zero does killer art and signs.
One of our favorite yards was a musicians' (lost the name). Their front yard had an impressive collection of natives and cool art work and the backyard had a productive vegetable garden that was adjacent to working office space.
Monarch Program and a local palm and cycad nursery. Both were hidden gems of Leucadia.
Donna Loftin opened her studio and garden to the tour.
French drains are not enough in this territory. A Leucadia drain.
The last garden had a diversity of cool elements that tied together in fun ways. It was a precise garden. Everything was purposeful and thought out, with some clever use of space and materials.
More on Leucadia Cobbles here)
Surfboards made at Moonlight glassing are the most function art created by Leucadians and worth displaying. Those boards make people happy.