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Early spring has arrived in the Winterthur Garden! The March Bank is in its spectacular blue phase with Glory-of-the-snow and Siberian squill dotted with sweet yellow daffodils.  Here and there, cornelian cherry trees create clouds of gold against an azure sky.  Look for hellebores in full bloom along Winterhazel Walk and at the Museum Store. Honeysuckle […]

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Saturday, March 9 was a terrific day in the Winterthur Garden. Be sure to come to Bank to Bend in 2014! Chris Strand reports: – 172 attended the Bank to Bend lecture – at least 75 enjoyed the 2nd Saturday Walk – lots of wonderful plants sold by the specialty nurseries  ***************************************   Don’t miss the excitement at Winterthur tomorrow, […]

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Ellen Taviano, general manager of our retail stores is excited about the upcoming hellebore trunk show: Stephanie and I just got back from a road trip to Pine Knot Farms in Clarksville, Virginia (5.5 hour drive one way!)  We picked up 300 hellebores for the trunk show next weekend at the Museum Store.  Beautiful colors […]

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Our fabulous volunteers have been out in the garden compiling a long list of what’s in bloom. http://www.winterthur.org/pdfs/CurrentWinterthurGardenBloomList.pdf Highlights: Winter-hazel – Corylopsis Daffodils Pieris – Andromeda Siberian Squill – Scilla siberica Glory-of-the-Snow – Chionodoxa luciliae Lenten Rose – Helleborus Italian Windflower – Anemone apennina Cornelian Cherry – Cornus mas Star Magnolia – Magnolia stellata So much to […]

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Hellebores of Pine Knot Farms

   Dick and Judy of Pine Knot Farms are here today and tomorrow with a wonderful selection of hellebores for sale. Pine Knot Farms is renowned for growing some of the most beautiful hellebores. The spectacular flowers peek their heads out of the ground in the late winter and early spring and provide some of the first […]

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Walking in the garden this week you would not know that we were snow covered for a full 4 weeks prior. Snowdrops, winter aconite, adonis, crocus and spring snowflake are in flower in the Glade Garden, March Bank, Azalea Woods, Quarry Garden, Icewell and East Terrace. Amongst some of the last remnants of snow, hellebores […]

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