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Spring Blooms

On View Now–May 2, 2021

Yoshino Cherry

To many, the blossoms of flowering cherries are a sign of spring and a symbol of renewal and optimism for a happy future.

New Visiting Guidelines
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Rain Gardens and the Plants that Love Them
April 17, 2021

Employ thoughtful design to create a landscape well-suited to excess rain.

A New Garden Experience

Longwood Reimagined

A legacy of innovation continues as we embark on the most ambitious expansion, reimagination, and preservation of our Conservatory and surrounding landscape in Longwood’s history, opening Fall 2024.

Our Gardens Your Home
The Gardens

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Visit our mobile map to explore the season before you visit and navigate to highlighted features while in our Gardens. Or download a printable map.

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          Illuminated Fountain Performances

          Join us Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays starting May 6, 2021, as water of all shapes, sizes, and hues meets spectacular music during our 30-minute performances.