The Reynolda Gardens is a series of gardens in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It is located adjacent to the campus of Wake Forest University and the Reynolda House.
The Reynolda Gardens is a historic site, once a part of the country estate and farm of the tobacco magnate RJ Reynolds and wife Katharine Smith Reynolds. The gardens were originally cultivated to produce income generating products. A greenhouse was even built in 1913 so flowers could be produced commercially.
When the Reynolds couple died and the property was sold off in parts, a goof amount of the gardens were changed. This is why, in 1995, the National Park Service took actions to reconstruct the garden to its original design. What folks can find today at Renynolda Gardens is 125 acres worth of historic gardens as if it time did not pass from its creation in the early 1900s.