Explore beds bursting with innovative pairings of colors, textures, and plant varieties.
Expect the unexpected in this Garden, which is designed and maintained by students in the Professional Gardener Program – Longwood’s collegiate-level, two-year school in professional horticulture.
Offering both sun and shade, this intimate sequence of paths, stone landings, and stairs provides dramatic views of the Chimes Tower and Waterfall.
A glorious vista in all seasons, this area is particularly stunning in the early spring when thousands of purple crocuses, yellow winter aconites, scilla, and chiondoxa create a spectacular floral carpet
Step back in time and experience the planting arrangements and architectural elements typical of an early 20th century rose garden.
Fanciful cones, spirals, and other shapes delight visitors to this Garden, which includes more than 50 specimens in 20 different shapes.
This long, narrow allée is more than simply a transition between its larger, neighboring Gardens.
This circular arbor is covered with pink roses in June.
Perennials of all shapes and sizes form a decorative patchwork of muted colors and extravagant textures in this Garden.
One of our most iconic spaces, this stately greenhouse is a symphony of highly choreographed color and plant combinations.