In 1734, on a high bluff overlooking the 
Savannah River, James Oglethorpe planted a 
garden to nourish a young city in a new world. 
In 2008, Charles Morris assumed the cultivation 
of Mr. Oglethorpe's garden to nourish a great city 
for the the whole world.

The Market at Trustees'Garden is an effort to 
revitalize this rich legacy of Savannah. It is an 
attempt to reinvigorate the first experimental 
garden of the Unites States of America.

Some of its attractions are: