Brush Hill Gardens—Charles Raskob Robinson & Barbara Paul Robinson

Washington, CT
Water feature, Meadow, Garden structure/sculpture, Fruit/vegetables, Organic/toxin-free, Woodland/shade garden

Take a virtual tour of Brush Hill Gardens at www.brushhillgardens.com for a preview of many different areas, including the Moon Garden planted in yellows and purples, the Rose Walk, the Peony and Wheelbarrow borders, the Serpentine Garden with its garden folly, and up through the Arch into the Woodland Walk with its series of cascading pools and rills. Each area is adorned with structures designed and built by Charles.

The garden has been featured in many articles and books, including Rosemary Verey’s book Secret Gardens and HGTV’s “A Gardener’s Diary.” Barbara’s latest book, Heroes of Horticulture: Americans Who Transformed the Landscape, and her first, Rosemary Verey: The Life and Lessons of a Legendary Gardener, will be available for sale.

Open Days 2021: Saturday, June 26
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Wheelchair access is partial; golf-cart assistence is available.

REGISTRATION
Members $5 per person; General admission $10. Children 12 and under free. 

  • Partial wheelchair access

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