Take a historic walk down this brick path, past Longwood's first fountain, through a spectrum of seasonal color.
Trained nectarine trees, grape vines, melons, lemons, tomatoes, figs, and other fruits create a sensuous garden experience that is half art, half horticulture.
This indoor Garden inspires wide-eyed wonderment, infectious laughter, and smiles from ear to ear—oh, and the kids like it too.
A steamy bit of South America flourishes in this Garden designed by Roberto Burle Marx.
Walk through this cool, green passageway of ferns and explore both familiar and exotic specimens from our collection.
This circular arbor is covered with pink roses in June.
Much of the Garden was still an active construction zone, with nary a hint of green. But as the season progress, the browns of last year's stubble quickly gave way to the greens of new growth. Now, in Autumn, the Meadow continues to transform.
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