16. Camellia Garden

Welcome to the Fred and Donna Manske Camellia Garden which his home to over 130 varieties of camellia. This garden is most spectacular from the late fall through the early spring. Camellia blossoms come in all shapes and sizes. To learn more about their history and their appearance, please see the exhibit panel located along the pathway. 


Near the exhibit panel, but off the pathway, you may see an old piece of farm equipment in the woods. This old saw was rediscovered by volunteers at Honey Horn. Dating to the Thorne and Loomis era of the1930s and 40s, it ran on a belt system powered by a tractor. The tree grew up right around the saw. This area of Honey Horn used to have several additional buildings including a carriage house, milking shed, animal pens, and a barn.