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Adrienne Stalek,  working with estate historian Maggie Lidz this summer, writes: Summer at Winterthur is a tour de force of subtle, unobtrusive beauty. The garden elements that might be overlooked during the riotous color of spring quietly make their way to the forefront. One such example is the wide variety of stones intentionally placed throughout […]

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Guest author, Beth Selsor shares an early morning experience in the Winterthur Garden. On Monday morning, I arrived at work very early so I could get out into the garden to see my favorite tree, a magnolia called Wada’s Memory. It is my favorite tree in the garden and it only blooms early in April. […]

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Almost Summer!

Trying to beat the coming thunderstorm, I took an early afternoon stroll through part of the Winterthur Garden today. What fun on a low-humidity late-spring day! ferns – lush and frilly and fresh astilbe, daylillies and hydrangea near the Reflecting Pool – sure summer favorites a new color scheme in the containers around the reflecting pool […]

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