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Peonies on parade at Weir Farm National Historic Site.
Peonies in the terraced garden at Weir Farm National Historic Site.

by Jenevieve Hughes | June 13, 2014

Welcome to our new blog!

Please join us for a behind-the-scenes peek at fourteen of Connecticut’s most treasured historic gardens.

Here we’ll unearth details about each garden’s heritage and design, discuss plants and dig up gardening lore, and investigate all sorts of historic garden accessories — from arbors and fences to stone walls and sun-dials — many of which contain stories you may not have known!

If you have comments, questions, or historical facts you’d like to contribute, please contact Eve, blog writer & administrator, at jenevieve.hughes@yahoo.com.
Happy reading!

2 Responses

  1. so where do a find a list of all the 14 gardens that will be open this Sunday?

    • Hi Joan,

      For specific details about Sunday, June 22nd, please see the “CHG Day” link at the top of this page.

      If you have questions about event details at a particular site, you’ll find contact info provided for each site by clicking the “Gardens” link at the top of this page.

      All 14 sites will be open for CT Historic Gardens Day!