Explore beds bursting with creative pairings of colors and textures and get ideas for your own home garden.
This intimate sequence of paths, stone landings, and stairs provides dramatic views of the Chimes Tower.
A glorious vista in all seasons, this area is particularly stunning in the early spring.
Surround yourself in a kaleidoscope of color with over 500 fragrant orchids in this perennial guest favorite.
Fanciful cones, spirals, and other shapes delight visitors to this Garden, which includes more than 50 specimens in 20 different shapes.
Flowering plants and manicured lawns offer a choreography of color and texture in this iconic greenhouse.
Take a historic walk down this brick path, past Longwood's first fountain, through a spectrum of seasonal color.
Named for the shrubby hybrid tree peonies that bloom once a year in May.
Together with the Orangery, the Exhibition Hall is the centerpiece of the 1921 Conservatory.
The thick, gnarled vines of wisteria contrast with beautifully scented, cascading flowers in this spring-blooming Garden.