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Morning light shines through tall Conservatory windows, lending a soft glow to a walkway bordered by colorful plantings, punctuated by vine-covered columns, and hung with large flowering baskets.
Becca Mathias
On View Now–March 24, 2024

Winter Wonder

View of the interior of an elevator, its opened ornate metal doors showcasing a display of brightly colored tropical fruit and flowers.

On View Now–March 3, 2024

Floral Feature: Main Conservatory

Enjoy a tree-form display bursting with varieties of flora inspired by the Mediterranean plant palette of our upcoming West Conservatory.

Pendant white blooms of small flowering bulbs in the foreground, against a blurred background of yellow ground blossoms (geophytes).


Snowdrops in Bloom

The fragrant, nodding white flowers of snowdrops are a welcome sight in February. These small perennial bulbs naturalize in woodland gardens with rich, moist soil, combining well with winter-aconite and witch-hazels.

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Construction workers amid an open framework of arched metal columns and beams.


Beauty in the Making

As Longwood Reimagined: A New Garden Experience continues to take shape, we are delighted to share with you a few of the many facets of this project … so you can see true beauty in the making.

March 9, 2024 at 1:00 pm

Science Series: Managing Our Natural Lands

Join Associate Director of Land Stewardship and Ecology Lea Johnson, Ph.D., and learn how we utilize prescribed fires, wildlife monitoring, invasive species management, and much more in our natural lands approach.