Springtime at the Gardens is spectacular. Hundreds of flowering crabapple trees in shades of pink, red, and white dot the landscape with color and beauty. Whether upright or rounded, weeping or standard, dwarf or large, the ornamental trees add interest to the grounds especially in the Spring. Daffodils can be found naturalized in many areas of the Gardens. Some of are believed to have been planted in the late 1940s or early 1950s. Visitors anxiously anticipate the tremendous daffodil show every spring and frequently inquire about their bloom time.

The annual Spring Bulb Show will be in flower March 12 - March 27, 2016!  Join us in March to get a sneak peek at Spring - daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, amaryllis, and more fill the Conservatory with color and fragrance!

And do not forget the annual Plant Sale.  The members-only preview sale is Friday evening, May 6, 2016, and the public sale will be Saturday, May 7, 2016.  Just in time for Mother’s Day, there will be plenty of garden gift ideas for mom, plus a great selection of annuals, perennials, herbs, shrubs, trees, conifers, and hostas to add to your home garden and landscape.


Star Magnolia in the Gazebo Garden Spring Walk Trillium bluebell & redbud Crabapple flowers Spring redbud and trillium Spring trillium and bluebells White crabapple Crabapple flowers and buds Flowering Cherry Field of Daffodils Azalea in full bloom Hamamelis Oriental Spruce Spring Growth (Picea orientalis) Hellebore in the Elardo Garden Group of Hellebore in Elardo Garden Pansy Planter Cornus kousa