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Winter Wonder

On View Now–March 21, 2021

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.


Clivia miniata is a significant species in our indoor display, adding sweeps of color to our East Conservatory from late winter into spring.

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Ornamental Horticulture & Landscape Design
Starting March 22, 2021

Explore woody plants, popular garden selections, and edibles in 3 online courses.

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          Voices in the Landscape collage. Images of Frederick Douglass and George Washington Carver courtesy of Library of Congress. Photo of Charlotte Blake Alston by Deborah Boardman. Location photography by Hank  Davis.
          On View Now–March 21, 2021

          Voices in the Landscape:
          Deeply Rooted
          with Storyteller Charlotte Blake Alston

          Powerful words of resilience and strength lead you through the landscape.