About Richard Weber and Springhouse Gardens
Richard is a native of Lexington, KY and a graduate of the University of Kentucky and the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He is a registered Landscape Architect and since 1995, has been creating the Garden known as “Springhouse”, with its picturesque grounds and Garden Center specializing in unusual hardy garden plants. In addition to the retail business, Richard does landscape design, consultation and installation, and is now working with his wife, Debbie and their daughter, Kayla, hosting weddings and events in their 90-year-old tobacco barn, known as “The Barn at Springhouse.” When he’s not working at Springhouse, you can find Richard gardening, (pruning is his favorite task), taking photos (He only has 48,500 pics on his iPhone), or traveling with his family (trying to visit as many National Parks as he can – Bryce Canyon, Sequoia and Mt. Rainier are his current favorites).
The fully restored historic tobacco barn at Springhouse Springhouse Gardens is available for once in a lifetime weddings and events. New enhancements to The Barn feature a rustic loft, dazzling chandeliers and wall to wall custom flooring with the look of natural stone. Many vintage accents include bourbon barrels, a repurposed barnwood bar, carriage lanterns, a customizable chalkboard, antique cabinets, a stunning wall of mirrors and more.