Sun, Sep 9
9:00 AM- 4:00 PM
Private gardens open on this date are part of the Hollister House Garden Study Weekend in Litchfield County, CT; see additional details about the Saturday symposium here.
*Please note, admission to Hollister House Garden on this date is $10, which includes admission to the Rare & Unusual Plant Sale (pre-purchased Open Days tickets will not be accepted). Admission to all other private gardens on this date is $7.
Hours at Hollister House for the Rare & Unusual Plant Sale are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; all other gardens are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Hollister House
Situated around an eighteenth-century farmhouse in the Litchfield Hills of northwest Connecticut, this romantic country garden features exuberant plantings...
- Highmeadows—Linda Allard
Highmeadows sits on a hillside overlooking meadows, an apple orchard, rolling wooded hills, and fields with beautiful panoramic views of the Litchfield Hills...
- The Rocks
The Rocks is the pre-eminent example of the many summer cottages built by notable New York architect Ehrick Rossiter in and around Washington's green a century ago...
Appledore is a two-acre garden of shrubs, trees, and perennials that grew without a plan on the site of an old farm. Each year I would add another bed, avoiding straight lines and...
Join us for Digging Deeper at Highmeadows
Saturday, October 13 at 1 PM: An Autumn Afternoon with Linda Allard at Highmeadows in Washington, CT
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