Did you know that sheep will eat poison-ivy? Indeed they do, and the Hill-Stead sheep are getting ready to do their bit for gardening at Hill-Stead. Hill-Stead Museum in Farmington is famous for... READ MORE
Welcome to CT’s Historic Gardens
Offering the public experiences rich in Connecticut's beauty and history.
Connecticut is home to many beautiful and unique gardens both public and private. Fifteen historic gardens dotted throughout the state have joined to form Connecticut’s Historic Gardens. These delightful places offer visitors an opportunity to explore a variety of garden styles and time periods. You can start by exploring our website to find out more!
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Early September is the last of the transition periods in the garden. Summer is still in full display. The phlox are in outrageous bloom, the long trumpets of the Plantagenet hosta still perfume... READ MORE