The Peggy Lee Hahn Garden Pavilion and Horticulture Garden encompasses 5.75 acres, with 5.5 acres currently developed. Used as a learning resource for plant material, landscaping concepts, and environmental awareness, the garden features perennial borders, water gardens, shade gardens, a meadow garden, and the Peggy Lee Hahn Garden Pavilion.
The garden and pavilion honor the memory of Peggy Lee Hahn, wife of President-emeritus T. Marshall Hahn Jr., and recognizes her love of gardening and her outstanding service as first lady from 1962 to 1974. The late Mrs. Hahn's talent for entertaining and maintaining relationships with university stakeholders helped make it possible for her husband to transform the university from a college into a major research university. She was a generous benefactor to the university.
The garden was established by the Department of Horticulture in 1984. The 2,377-square-foot pavilion was added in 2006.
Address: 200 Garden Lane | Map Grid: K-9
Originally Built: 2006 | Abbreviation: HGPAV
Latitude: 37.2203 | Longitude: -80.42447