Sun, Sep 1, 2019
10:00 AM- 5:00 PM
Stonecrop Gardens, originally the home of Frank and Anne Cabot, became a public garden in 1992 under the direction of Caroline Burgess. Frank Cabot is also the founder of the Garden Conservancy. At its windswept elevation of 1,100 feet in the Hudson Highlands, Stonecrop enjoys a Zone 6a climate. The display gardens cover an area of about twelve acres and incorporate a diverse collection of gardens and plants including woodland and water gardens, a grass garden, raised alpine stone beds, a cliff rock garden, perennial beds, and an enclosed English-style flower garden. Additional features include a conservatory, display alpine house, a pit house with an extensive collection of choice dwarf bulbs, and systematic order beds representing over fifty plant families.
Directions: From Taconic State Parkway, take Route 301/Cold Spring exit. Go 3.5 miles to Stonecrop’s entrance on right. Sign reading “Stonecrop Gardens” marks driveway. From Route 9, take Route 301 east 2.7 miles and turn left at entrance.
Open Days 2019: Special Garden Conservancy 2019 Open Days featuring Tea in the Garden, April 27, May 12 (Mother’s Day), June 9, July 7, August 11, September 1, October 13; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visitors will have the chance to purchase tea and cake from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Garden Extra: April 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 13th Annual North American Rock Garden Society's Alpine Plant Sale with 12 vendors.
Hours: Additionally open April through October, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission: Adults $10. Seniors 65 and older, students with an ID, and children ages 3 to 18, $5. Free to members and children under 3.
- Stonecrop Gardens
Stonecrop Gardens, originally the home of Frank and Anne Cabot, became a public garden in 1992 under the direction of Caroline Burgess. Frank Cabot is also the founder of the Garden Conservancy...