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This 8-day river cruise combines Paris' romance with Normandy's beauty and history. Garden lovers will enjoy a visit to Monet's garden in Giverny.
Prepare to be awed by Dutch naturalistic gardens including a special visit to the garden of world famous planting designer — Piet Oudolf.
August 8 - 16, 2017.
Visit old-world gardens in Dublin and take in the Irish countryside on this incredible sightseeing journey, including stops at historic sites.
August 19 - 27, 2017.
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Join the Northwest Horticultural Society for a garden lover’s exploration of the Italian Lake District, Monaco, the French Riviera and Provence.
Sept. 10 - 20, 2017.
Join Pacific Horticulture on an exploration of the southern-most point of the African continent, home to some of the greatest densities of flowering plants on earth.
Sept. 27 - Oct 13, 2017.
Get to know the botanical and cultural riches of Argentina on this unique tour organized by the American Horticultural Society
Oct. 30 - Nov. 8, 2017.
Join gardening expert Ciscoe Morris on a tour of the Galapagos Islands where you can channel your inner naturalist and enjoy an all-inclusive cruise experience.
Jan. 20 - Jan. 27, 2018.
Visit Granada, Cordoba, Sevilla and Barcelona on this small-group tour and take a day trip to Costa Brava to see two very special gardens.
March 13 - 22, 2018.
Visiting Millennium Park? We've done the research for you. From iconic design features such as "the bean" to the impressive Lurie Garden, our guide reveals the top sights in and around the park. Discover what makes Millennium Park a true reflection of Chicago's city motto, Urbs in Horto, meaning "city in a garden."
Once an abandoned quarry, this breathtaking garden on Vancouver Island, is one of the world’s premier show gardens. Thanks to an extraordinary collection of plants that blooms from March through October, visiting Butchart is an unforgettable experience.
Known for groundbreaking innovation, Wave Hill is a 28-acre public garden, which has built a reputation as an oasis for urbanites. Regular programs in horticulture, education and the arts are offered to help people connect to the natural world.
Featuring twenty-four gardens linked by paths, greenswards, and bridges—you can tour this expansive property on your own or with one of the founders. Don’t miss the specialty nursery and historical buildings dating back to the turn of the 19th century.
The Botanical Gardens at The Huntington have been delighting visitors for years. Some of the original landscapes have become iconic, including...
"Have you been to Great Dixter?” is the question on the lips of anyone debriefing a gardening friend who has been traveling in England. Great Dixter has a reputation for being...
On a hot afternoon last summer at Monticello, Peter Hatch walked toward a redbrick colonial pavilion pierced with floor-to-ceiling arched windows, then past neat rows of...
South Africa’s famous National Botanic Garden Kirstenbosch is known as the most beautiful garden in Africa. Its diverse collection of plants...
Twenty first century Philadelphia straddles its historical past and the future in a way that could only happen in America’s horticultural heart...
Make a pilgrimage to Brazil to get a firsthand view of the gardens and public spaces designed by modernist landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx...
On the grounds of a former estate outside of Philadelphia, a cadre of master gardeners presides over an oasis of earthly delights. We've put together...
Artist Helen Marden fell twice for Golden Rock Inn. The first time came in the mid-2000s when Marden and her husband were looking for a new...