Sun, Jun 17, 2018
10:00 AM- 4:00 PM
*Additional gardens open on this date in nearby Windham & Windsor counties in VT are included here; see their listings below.
Admission to each 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.
Digging Deeper program: A Walking Design Workshop with Gordon & Mary Hayward in Westminster West, VT. 4 p.m. Registration details here.
- Distant Hill Gardens—Garden of Michael & Kathy Nerrie
At Distant Hill Gardens we consider the entire fifty-eight-acre property to be a garden, from the cultivated ornamentals and vegetables, to the native plants of our forest, fields, and wetlands....
- The Gardens on Grout Hill
The gardens on Grout Hill were developed by owners G. Kristian Fenderson and Alston Barrett over a period of nearly five decades from an abandoned farm and house dating from the 1790s....
- Gordon & Mary Hayward's Garden
Gordon and Mary Hayward’s one-and-one-half acre garden surrounds their 220-year-old farmhouse. Over the past thirty-two years they have developed a hybrid of Old England and New England gardens...
- Cider Hill Gardens & Art Gallery—Sarah & Gary Milek
Cider Hill, the ongoing creation and collaboration of artist and gardener, is set into the gentle hills of an ancient apple orchard and surrounded by stone walls...
- Brian Stroffolino's HeartLand Farms and Sylvia Davatz's Garden
Brian's HeartLand Farms is a small, diversified farm dedicated to producing the highest quality grain, herb, and vegetable seeds, while also producing market vegetables, fruit, berries, and meat...
Join us for Digging Deeper with Gordon Hayward
Sunday, June 17 at 4 PM: A Walking Design Workshop at Gordon & Mary Hayward's Garden, Westminster West, VT
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