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Volunteers harvest produce, flowers at Braselton garden
Adults and children share workload at Nannie's Children's Garden
Adult volunteers Joyce Royer and Mariela Gomez dig for potatoes at Nannie’s Children’s Garden in Braselton.
BRASELTON — Nannie’s Children’s Garden is almost magical, rising from the ruins of a barn which long graced property in Braselton. Like a phoenix emerging from the ashes, each season’s plantings grow in the enhanced soil which is lovingly prepared. Inside the foundation of a historic mule barn on the Henry Edward Braselton property adjacent to the Braselton-West Jackson Library, the original Nannie’s Children’s Garden began in honor of the late Ottis Blanche McDonald Braselton, mother of Henry Edward Braselton.