Williams-Payne House Garden

The Sandy Springs Garden Club continues to support the Williams-Payne House at Heritage Sandy Springs through maintaining a garden on the property site. (For more information, see).

Picture of sign at Williams Payne House - cira 1869 - Sandy Springs Foundation

Picture of varieties of Daffodils planted at Daffodil Mile

The Daffodil Mile

The Sandy Springs Garden Club supported the Daffodil Mile project, a project to plant a “mile” of daffodils in honor of cancer patients. The “mile” was along a new city park, Abernathy Greenway. (For more information, see).

Feed The Birds

Each fall and winter the Sandy Springs Garden Club takes their turn keeping the bird feeders full in the park at Heritage Sandy Springs. Members fill the feeders weekly and supply the necessary bird seed. They also replace the feeders as necessary.

Picture of Gazebo at Heritage Sandy Springs

Picture of Williams Payne house decorated for Christmas

Decorating the Williams Payne House

Each December the Sandy Springs Garden Club works on decorating the Williams-Payne House museum for the holidays. Since the home is an 1860;s farmhouse, the club decorates with only natural materials found on the property or in members yards. Each year we get together and make all of the decorations to put on the house and white picket fence that surrounds the house.