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To me, February is about as deep in the thralls of winter as one can get.  Even with the spring-like weather we’ve been having, the threat of snow and freezing temperatures still hangs in the air.  I, personally, cannot wait until our gardens come alive with spring ephemerals, budding trees, and carpets of bulbs in […]

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Peak Fall Color!

Now is the time to see the Winterthur Garden at its fall peak. Come see our tall trees adorned with golden crowns against a brilliant blue sky. Throughout the garden, view berries of surprising colors: deep blue, bright purple and striking red. The sour gum trees, Nyssa sylvatica, shine with their bright red fall coat. […]

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UPDATED: Unforunately, the fall display of the Japanese maple is mostly over, but there are plenty of other beautiful colors in the landscape right now – sourwood, viburnum, beech, for example. You’ll want to come to the Winterthur Garden this week to see this amazing cut-leaf Japanese Maple at Magnolia Bend. It is at peak […]

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Don’t Miss It!

I walked into the office this morning, put down my bag, grabbed a camera and almost ran back into the garden. The light was coming from behind the house and into the magnificent oak and tulip-poplar trees north of the conservatory and I wanted to capture the moment.   The Winterthur Garden is at its fall peak […]

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