First they last the papers for when my dad bought his plot, then they lose the papers for his name plate. My dad died in January and last we saw he still has no name plate. The building they work out of is deplorable, mold and mildew every where, wallpaper falling off of walls. The director needs to get his place together this day and age you shouldn't have a problem with paperwork getting lost and not to mention he is very rude and hard to deal with.
4918 Sunbury RdMidway, GA 31320
From Business: Home of the LeConte family, in the 18th and 19th century this was one of the largest rice plantations in the state. It is now a botanical garden.
Rude staff. Unprofessional. Would never recommend this company to anyone. The Vice President of the company said that my mother should have died earlier, We were requesting her burial a full 2 days after her death. The Vice President would not work with us and would not consider our wishes.
My daughter got married at Savannah Botanical Gardens in March 2013. When you rent the gardens, you also get use of the farmhouse. Upstairs has the bride and groom rooms. There is also a full kitchen, which we used because we did the reception ourselves. We found SBG to be a beautiful location for our wedding. The pictures are amazing, especially the ones by the pond area. The only downside to the location was that it is right off Eisenhower and there was some traffic noise. To me, this was preferable to getting married in one of the squares in Savannah and have tourists walking by. (No tourists are allowed on site at SBG once your wedding begins)Betty runs the gardens, and she is an absolute gem. She is full of tips and advice, easy to work with, accommodating, and, basically, just a sweet person. She is not a wedding coordinator, and doesn’t get involved in the details of the wedding (she just provides the venue) but when I had a question about any part of the wedding or reception, she always had an answer.I would highly recommend SBG to anyone looking for a location for their wedding.