Barbara & John Schumacher

Barbara & John Schumacher

Mt. Kisco, NY
Open Days

At least four acres of this fifty-acre property have been developed into gardens by Barbara and John Schumacher, owners of the garden antiques shop Fleur. The large rose garden below the house colors the landscape with 400 roses. A perennial garden features Hosta, tree peonies, and sweeps of Asiatic lilies. Other attractions are a fern garden and a generous and varied collection of hydrangeas.

Directions: From I-684 south take Exit 6 for Route 35/Cross River/Katonah. Turn right onto Route 35. Go 1.6 miles and turn left onto Route 100. Go 4.6 miles and turn left onto Crow Hill Road. Parking is not allowed on Crow Hill Road. Please park on side streets and take care walking to garden.

From Saw Mill River Parkway, take exit for Route 133/Millwood Road in Mount Kisco. Go west on Route 133 (an extension of Main Street) toward Millbrook and turn right onto Crow Hill Road. The Schumacher's driveway will be on left. Parking is not allowed on Crow Hill Road. Please park on side streets and take care walking.

Open Days 2018: June 17
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission to this garden is $7 for members and nonmembers without tickets purchased in advance.

Buy discounted admission tickets in advance! They can be used at most Open Days to make garden visiting easier.
Nonmembers get 6 visits for the price of 5 with advanced ticket book purchase.
Members get 50% off ONLY by purchasing ticket books in advance.

  • This garden allows photography

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