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  • Phelps-Hatheway House & Garden

    The formal flower beds help provide important context to the luxurious lifestyle enjoyed by two wealthy eighteenth-century CT Valley families until their fortunes collapse.  While this property tells more about the lives who had been involved and the “ultimate in high-style for early Federal architecture”, the gardens are an important read more

  • Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden

    Dating back to 1754, this property helps tell a number of stories about American history.  As a public garden, the Bellamy-Ferriday House & Garden includes historic roses, peonies, and lilacs (to name a few).  The formal parterre garden and many plants that are now important aspects of the gardens were read more

  • Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory

    This conservatory, designed by Albert Kahn, was opened in 1904.  The Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory is the oldest continually-running conservatory in the US!  It features five distinct sections that include a vast array of plants including an orchid collection that stems from the 600 plant orchid donation made to the City of read more

  • Spohr Gardens

    A delightful public garden located in Cape Cod.  Spohr Gardens is an unexpected treat for locals as well as out of town visitors.  Beautiful woodland gardens sprinkled with an impressive collection of nautical treasures.  Spectacular in the spring due to the daffodils, azaleas, and rhododendrons.  It is also a peaceful read more

  • Chicago Botanic Garden

    A spectacular American public garden. This is a must see for all garden enthusiasts! This property features a wide variety of garden design styles, specimen plants, educational opportunities, and special events.

  • New York Botanical Garden

    One of America’s finest public garden. NYBG has been an influential voice in public horticulture for over 125 years. This destination public garden has all the visitor amenities as well as a diverse set of garden experiences. Great for all ages!