More than 1,070 acres with 40 different gardens, half being indoor gardens.
Deep Cut Gardens in Middletown, NJ, consists of 54 acres of greenhouses and gardens devoted to the home gardener.
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is consistently recognized as one of the top public gardens in the United States.
The Cross Estate Gardens illustrate the early twentieth-century Arts and Crafts garden period.
The Avis Campbell Gardens in Monclair is a 7,000 square foot partially walled English-style garden.
Leaming’s Run Gardens, consisting of 27 acres and 25 different themed gardens.
Sayen Gardens is a 30-acre botanical garden and municipal park in Hamilton that opened to the public in 1991.
Presby Memorial Iris Garden honors Frank Presby, founder of the American Iris Society, and opened to the public as a living museum in 1927.
The New Jersey Botanical Garden at Skylands consists of 96 acres of containing 13 designed gardens, surrounded by 1,000 acres of beautiful woodlands.
Cylburn Arboretum consists of 207 acres and 20 themed gardens surrounding an 1868 Victorian Renaissance Revival mansion.
Beautiful late 19th-century conservatory with two display pavilions, three greenhouses and outdoor gardens in Baltimore.
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William Paca House and Gardens in historic Annapolis includes a two-acre 18th-century walled pleasure garden.
Colonial Williamsburg features more than 90 acres of gardens and open green spaces.
Formal gardens designed by American landscape architect Marian Cruger Coffin.
Botanic Gardens at Penn State consisting of nearly 35 acres and more than 17,000 individual plants.
Jenkins Arboretum and Gardens consists of 48-acres and 1.2-miles of paved woodland paths meandering through several distinct garden areas.
Hersey Gardens opened in 1937 as a 3.5-acre rose garden called Hersey Rose Garden, and by 1944 expanded to its current size of 23 acres.
The primary purpose of the collections and plantings of the University of Delaware Botanic Gardens is to support the curriculum in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resource
Tyler Arboretum opened to the public in 1944 and consists of 650 acres of woodlands, meadows and stream valley,
Chanticleer Gardens is a beautiful 35-acre estate consisting of an arboretum and formal gardens.
Bartram’s Garden, the oldest surviving botanic garden in North America, consists of an arboretum and botanical garden (8 acres) located on a 46-acre property along the Schuylkill River.
Winterthur is the exquisite estate of Henry Francis du Pont (1880-1969), surrounding by 60 acres of beautiful gardens.
Mt. Cuba Center is a botanical garden focusing on native plants and ecosystems. It consists of more than 50 acres of display gardens and over 550 acres of natural lands.
Ashland Nature Center serves as the headquarters of the Delaware Nature Society and the hub for all of its educational activities and programs on natural resource conservation.
The State Arboretum of Virginia consists of 172 acres set on the Blandy Experimental Farm, a research field station for the University of Virginia.
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Located in Schenley Park in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Phipps Conservatory was donated by Henry Phipps to the city in 1893.
Designed by Beatrix Farrand in the early 1920s, the landscape at Dumbarton Oaks in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. consists of more than 10 acres of exquisite gardens.
The United States Botanic Garden includes the National Garden, Bartholdi Park, the Conservatory and much more.
The U.S. National Arboretum is administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture – Agricultural Research Service and covers 446 acres off of New York Avenue in Northeast, Washington, D.C.
Hillwood consists of 25 acres of gardens, greenhouses and peaceful woodlands located in the northwest section of Washington, DC.
Mount Vernon is home to the first U.S. president (and farmer) George Washington, who conducted horticultural research at his estate along the Potomac River.
Originating in 1938 as a Works Progress Administration (WPA) grant to the city to develop an azalea garden, the Norfolk Botanical Garden today covers 155 acres with extensive collections of azaleas, roses, hollies, camellias, hydrangeas and crape myrtles.
Adkins Arboretum is a 400-acre native garden and preservation area. The arboretum opened in 1980 with a donation from Leon Andrus
Located in the heart of Georgetown, Washington, DC, the gardens at Tudor Place cover 5.5 acres surrounding the original Federalist-style mansion.
Located about an hour north of Baltimore, Maryland, Ladew Topiary Gardens is the result of the former owner Harvey Ladew’s love of foxhunting, which prompted him to purchase the Maryland farm in 1929.
Brookside Gardens includes 54 acres of public display gardens, two conservatories opened year-round, a Horticultural Library, a visitor’s center and a memorial to the victims of the sniper shootings in Montgomery County in 2002.