Tablerock’s Pocket Garden was designed with a homemade watering system and planted with native Texas plants by Denver Mills in 2013 to beautify the entrance ramp to the Tablerock concession building and upstairs events center. The garden is part of the greater Tablerock property that includes a bed and breakfast called The Bonnie Posey Cottage; the 600-seat Goodnight Amphitheater; a costume shop; storage barns for props, wagons and carriages; a one-half mile walking trail; a four-acre natural area designed for Boy Scout camping; a picnic area with natural stone tables and benches; a wet-weather creek that runs through the fifteen acres and a cattle-dipping vat built in the late 1800's bearing a Salado Historical Marker (one of the few dipping vats still intact in Texas). All of the Tablerock amenities were part of the original Major A. J. Rose 1860's plantation. The garden is maintained by Denver Mills, Board of Directors member of the Tablerock Festival of Salado, Inc.