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A rainbow shines its light amid jets of water in a fountain garden, surrounded by green trees and one white flowering tree in the background.
William Hill
On View Now–October 27, 2024

Festival of Fountains

a large sphere of small salmon-colored blossoms


Common Milkweed in Bloom

Asclepias syriaca is a native wildflower that supports many pollinators, including native bees, and serves as a host plant to monarch butterfly larvae (caterpillars).

Upcoming Performances

Upcoming Classes

Tall dark green Italian cypress trees are amid the new plantings that reach toward the glass ceiling of a large conservatory being newly planted.


Beauty in the Making

As we await the opening of Longwood Reimagined: A New Garden Experience on November 22, 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.

July 19, 2024 at 6:00 pm

Science Series: Gardens Can (and Will) Save the World

Gardens have the expertise and opportunities to support a more verdant world. Learn how Longwood is contributing to this global future-focused movement to ensure that plants will continue to bring beauty, joy, and inspiration to everyone.