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Despite scorching heat and humidity so thick you could cut it with a knife, the late summer garden and estate continue to delight the senses of those who sojourn into them. Early-turning leaves of sour gum trees, for instance, are fun to spot — like bright red cardinals speckling otherwise green branches. Woodlands and meadows, […]

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Since the Winterthur garden is known for its color in spring, few visitors are prepared for sweeps of color in the summer. Flowering shrubs are the major contributor to the summer color palette in the Garden this time of year, accompanied by the perennial flowers of daylily, astilbe, hosta and bugbane. There are accents of color […]

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