Tyler Formal Gardens were built in the early 1930s on a hilltop overlooking Neshaminy Creek in Bucks County. They served as an "outdoor parlor" for George F. and Stella Tyler, original owners of the property.
The gardens currently reflect early twentieth-century horticulture, and originally were greatly influenced by larger French and Italian gardens. Tyler Formal Gardens are divided into levels and compartments, separated by stone walls and shrubs, and feature an espalier, sodded lawns, water fountains, gravel pathways and bronze sculpture.
Michelle Alton 2016