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Spring Blooms opens Saturday, April 5 and is on view through May 23. Enjoy this stunning image of flowering Yoshino cherry trees by our Small Lake. Plan your visit to come wander through acres of spring…and come to life.
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Our Blue-poppies are now on display! Only once a year can you see an inspiring display of sky blue blooms that will last for a short time only, approximately 10 to 15 days. Blue-poppies (Meconopsis ‘Lingholm’) are infrequently cultivated outside their native habitat. Given the right conditions, this cultivar thrives in gardens located in the northern regions of the US and Europe in areas with moist and cool conditions. Every year in March, we force these rare blue-poppies to flower.
Every day is a spring day inside our warm 4-acre Conservatory. See 5,000 colorful orchids hang from baskets, create inspiring arrangements, and adorn unique forms throughout Orchid Extravaganza, on view now–March 30.
Join us for the final days of A Longwood Christmas, on view through January 12, 2014. Embrace the winter beauty and visit the Gardens to see half-million lights shine, including our Open Air Theatre which comes alive with 750 illuminated jets of water dancing to holiday favorites.
A half-million lights illuminate our Gardens throughout A Longwood Christmas, on view now—January 12, 2014.
View North America's largest Thousand Bloom Mum, which is cultivated at Longwood Gardens and has exactly 1,416 blooms on a single stem.
This month's wallpaper is inspired by our Chrysanthemum Festival.
Be inspired the moment you turn on your computer or tablet with a view of fall splendor coming alive in our Idea Garden! Explore this colorful garden throughout Autumn’s Colors, on view September 7 –November 24.