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Main Line / Delaware County
An exceptional collection of rare and unusual mature trees and woody plants, perennial gardens, rose garden, lilacs, woodland, and ornamental ferns create an unparalleled environment for horticulture education.
112-acre campus surrounded by native woodland, grand trees, pond, gatehouse, springhouse, carriage house, and mansion of Trumbauer architecture.
35-acre pleasure garden that displays the beauty of the art of horticulture. Highlights include water and ruin gardens.
Majestic trees in a 216-acre campus landscape with a 2.2-mile nature trail, duck pond, 18-acre pinetum, small Asian and perennial display gardens. Open daily for self-guided tours. Guided tours and lectures offered seasonally.
of the Henry Foundation for Botanical Research. This historic garden features plants growing naturalistically in the woodland and hillside landscape. Tours, classes, lectures, tea on the terrace and annual plant sale.
Naturalistic landscape offers a tranquil escape from an otherwise bustling, densely populated area on the Main Line. Over a mile of paved walkways lead through native wildflowers and woodland gardens, including a diverse collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, to a pond, a stream, and stunning vistas overlooking Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Experience naturalistic garden design and native plants at their best at Mt. Cuba Center, the former estate of Mr. and Mrs. Lammot duPont Copeland.
110 acres on college campus featuring 4,000 kinds of plants, including seasonal crocus, roses, and hollies.
Tranquil 650-acre historic arboretum with unique plant collections, state champion trees, meadow maze, adult and children's education programs, historic buildings, and 20+ miles of hiking trails.