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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.

February 24, 2024 at 1:00 pm

Longwood Research, Down to a Science

Join Associate Vice President of Science Kate Santos, Ph.D., for an exploration of Longwood’s recent science accomplishments, current research projects, and an outlook for the future.