Posts Tagged ‘Rhododendrons’

Rhododendrons continue to color the Winterthur Garden in white, pinks and lavenders. Rosebay Rhododendron, (R. maximum) is a large broadleaf rhododendron native to eastern North America. Its flowers are just now opening and you can find them near the lower Peony Garden, the Visitor Center’s entrance and the March Bank. They traditionally flower in either […]

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Frank Quinnette writes:   I don’t usually use this word for horticulturists at Winterthur. I think it can bring to mind a misinterpretation of what we do here in the garden. But in Susan’s case the basic definition of the word fits to everything she does in Azalea Woods. Care Taker.   With eight (count […]

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Cold Day for a Frog

Talk about a photo op – this morning the Winterthur Garden is gorgeous with a light covering of snow.  I strapped on my Yaktrax so I wouldn’t slip on an icy patch, grabbed my camera and spent about an hour focusing on the beauty of the winter garden. One stop was Enchanted Woods where I snapped […]

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