Emily Dickinson's Victorian Garden
During her lifetime, Emily Dickinson was better known as a gardener than as a poet. With the New York Botanical Garden’s multi-venue exhibition, Emily Dickinson’s Garden: The Poetry of Flowers, discover the renowned poet’s life through her historic garden.
Victorian Aviary Garden
Typical of the grand designs of a historic garden from the late Victorian period, it features a beautiful regal peacock in a mosaic pebble path.
Festival of Flowers at Historic Estate
Biltmore’s gardens, Olmsted’s final and most grand project, are in their 121st year, and continue to mature and become more beautiful as time passes.