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About this Outdoor Garden

This "secret" garden room derives its name from the shrubby tree peonies that bloom once a year in May.

Siberian irises and feathery astilbes extend the bloom period into June and a sundial and teak benches add architectural interest.

History of this Garden

The Peony Garden was designed by Thomas Church and dates back to 1976 when it was constructed on the western side of the 1908 Square Fountain. 

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