At Hundred Acre Hollows, we are blessed to have two beautiful native plant gardens. Native plants are wonderful for pollinators like bees and butterflies, as well as visiting birds, local mammals, and even the gopher tortoises.
One of our gardens is located by the Rock Springs entrance. We call this the KBB Garden, because it was funded through a grant awarded to us by Keep Brevard Beautiful. Below you can see a couple of aerial views of the KBB garden, which spans both sides of the entry.
You’ll also see an additional area that has been cleared of invasive Brazilian Pepper and other plants by our wonderful volunteers, but which has not yet been planted with native species. This is visible in the second photo in the lower left quadrant.
The second garden was generously donated and created by the Space Coast Audubon chapter through an Audubon in Action grant. This space also features native plants, as well as a kiosk/shade/sitting area and interpretive signs that entertain and teach our visitors about the garden. Audubon members tirelessly maintain this garden as well. Here you can see several aerial photos of the Audubon garden, which is located in the southeast corner of our property.
These photos were taken by board member Yuliang Huang using a photography drone.