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Edenton is one of the oldest towns in the state. Kopp describes some of the gardens grown there, including the Cupola House, the Homestead, Mary's Garden, Rose Cottage, Beverly Hall, Paine House.
The Cupola House, built in Edenton in 1758, is one of the state's most historic buildings. The gardens that surround the house follow the design laid out in a detailed 1769 map, and they are maintained by a group of volunteer Edenton citizens.
One of the most noted gardens in North Carolina is at Beverly Hall in Edenton, home of the late Dr. Richard Dillard. It is a garden of sentiment, where every flower, tree, urn and statue has a personal interest and story of its own.