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9:00 am–6:00 pm

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The Longwood Organ is currently undergoing maintenance. All concerts and demos are canceled through mid-May.

Spring Blooms

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Enjoy the beauty of spring in our Gardens.
What's in Bloom


Vines help to artfully blend architecture with the garden and provide exciting vertical accents.
Ornamental Vines

Performing Arts

This Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican alt-pop singer-songwriter charms audiences with hits from her new album.
Natalia LaFourcade

From the Blog

May 2, 2016

Making Our Blooms Count

Phenology is the scientific study of nature’s seasonal events—when cherry trees bloom and when birds choose to nest, for example. Studying phenology is a great way of getting outside and observing nature. Longwood Gardens has been observing and collecting the phenological data of when plants boom in our Gardens for many years. The data collected helps predict when plants will bloom each year, when to collect pollen for breeding programs, when to photograph flowers, or to let guests know the best time to visit to see a specific bloom. We are lucky to have a team of 15 trained observers who are dedicated to this important task.