Hortus Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

Stone Ridge, NY
Open Days, Plant Sale, Digging Deeper, Garden Extras, Educational Program, Edibles

Our goal is for Hortus to be a “living textbook” of plant life that can be grown in the Hudson Valley. We began the process of creating a botanical garden/arboretum by planting native trees, shrubs, perennials, and unusual edible plants. In 2001 we began recording what we planted with detailed plant tags. In 2017 we received Level II Accreditation by the ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and the Morton Arboretum. As a young botanical garden/arboretum, our goal is to grow the largest diversity of plant life in the Hudson Valley accessible to the general public.

Directions: Take Route 209 South (coming from Kingston direction). At stoplight take right on Cooper Street. At stop sign go straight. Make a left on Scarawan Road, then another left on Mill Road. Please look for parking signs.

Open Days 2020: June 28 - CANCELED
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

GARDEN EXTRA: plant sale

Admission to this garden is $10 per person and children 12 and under are free.

Don't forget to 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

Also on this date!
Digging Deeper program, 10:30 a.m.: Unusual Edibles: Treasures for Garden and Table with Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano

  • This garden allows photography

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