Garden Conservancy Open Days will let you see some of the best private gardens around; this year, featuring graduates of the Barnes Foundation’s Arboretum School.
What’s blooming this time of year? Not a lot, but witch hazels are among the few shrubs that do flower in winter.
Enjoy a tour of the gardens or a lecture that could help you in your own garden come Spring.
While Spring seems full of garden tours, I’m happy to say there’s one coming up just as Summer gets underway, featuring four unique private gardens in the Upper Perkiomen Valley.
The Mt. Cuba Center in northern Delaware is among the most unique gardens around; nearly 600 acres dedicated to plants native to the region, and this weekend you can stroll the grounds without a reservation.
Each year, the Garden Conservancy holds ‘Open Days’ at some of America’s best private gardens and this Sunday, from 10 to 4, you can visit six gardens around Swarthmore.
A tight-knit community of homes in Trenton, NJ, the Mill Hill street layout makes it one of the easiest garden tours to enjoy.
This Saturday you can enjoy the Haverford Arboretum in early summer bloom while learning what to look for when you go plant shopping