Bluebell Wood is a truly magical experience during late April. Bluebell Wood is home to over 45,000 bluebells that live under a variety of trees, such as oak and birch.
Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden integrates Japanese architecture with native plants from Japan. This exhibition is among the oldest and most popular Japanese gardens located in a place other than Japan. Some of the features include; winding paths, artificial hills, an island, wooden bridges, and popular cherry blossoms.
Fragrance Garden was founded in 1955 and is the first garden in the United States that was created for people who are sight-impaired. Walking through this exhibition will stimulate all of your senses. Braille labels are placed in front of each species, and visitors are encouraged to interact with the plants.
Shakespeare Garden is inspired by English cottage-gardens and features the plants that Shakespeare mentioned in his work. The name and Shakespeare reference or quotation is included on the display labels for each of the 80 plants in this exhibition.
Cranford Rose Garden was founded in 1928 and is home to one of the largest rose collections in North America. This attraction is especially popular in June, when the roses have fully bloomed across the arches, lattices, pavilion, and formal beds. Photo: Brad Pict/Fotolia
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