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This intimate sequence of paths, stone landings, and stairs provides dramatic views of the Chimes Tower.
This 600-foot-long avenue features 27 historic bald-cypresses fronted by an arborvitae hedge that provides a stately backdrop for an ever-changing double flower border.
Trained nectarine trees, grape vines, melons, lemons, tomatoes, figs, and other fruits create a sensuous garden experience that is half art, half horticulture.
Experience our Meadow Garden's first spring, amid flowering trees and wakening plants.
Beautiful inside and out, the original home was built in 1730 and enlarged several times throughout the centuries, including in 1914, when Pierre S. du Pont created our first Conservatory.
Experience the sounds of Longwood when you linger on reclaimed church pews and listen to call of native birds, and the laughter of children – and adults – in the treehouse.
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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