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Take a visual journey and plan your trip to visit the finest gardens, exhibitions, and properties here and abroad.
With 400 unique varieties of peonies, this is not your average nursery.
Only open 2 days a year, this garden is worth the wait. 
Philadelphia welcomes garden and art lovers alike.
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Learn how cacti and succulents add drama to gardens and containers.
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Visit the Chicago Botanic Garden to see the Kiley Esplanade, designed by Modernist master Dan Kiley and his protégé Peter Morrow Meyer.

 

Harlem Renaissance writer Anne Spencer’s bit of Eden in Virginia still inspires today through her garden and poetry. 
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Philadelphia's Rodin Museum sits on the city's Benjamin Franklin Parkway and just unveiled a massive renovation of its gardens by the landscape firm Olin. We take a tour of the newly renovated gardens.
After a day of garden tours, take a look at this farm-to-table restaurant, specialized garden shop, and eclectic outdoor market.
The Bishop’s Garden and the Franciscan Monastery Gardens are two must-visit locations for garden-loving tourists.
446 acres of themed and wild areas with world-class azalea and Bonsai collections, the United States National Arboretum is one of the best kept secrets in Washington, DC. Learn more about other beautiful features at the arboretum, including a grove of magnolias, and even old Corinthian columns from the Capitol building.
Read about two grand estate gardens worth visiting that are open to the public in Washington, DC: Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens and Dumbarton Oaks.
For three weeks, beginning at the end of March, cherry blossoms grace streets and monuments of Washington, DC, with their ephemeral beauty in what is known as the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
When visiting The National Mall, there are several interesting gardens to see that are easy to reach by public transportation: The United States Botanic Garden, the National Museum of the American Indian, and Hirshhorn Museum’s Sculpture Garden.
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