Facility in Stamford featuring plants growing under a variety of conditions, from managed perennial gardens to a natural woodland. Information about visiting, education, horticulture, and events.
91-acre nature preserve located in North Stamford, open year-round to visitors and students of natural history and horticulture. Includes information on walking tours, trails and habitats, and notable trees.
Public space that also serves as a living laboratory for degree programs at the college. Information includes programs, publications and plant collections.
Thirty-six acres of woodland, meadow, wetland and ledge in Redding, and home to special collections of mountain laurel and deciduous azaleas, as well as an herbarium and reference library.
America's first public park provides its history and information on programs, historical monuments and notable trees in the park.
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the park features a two and one-half acre rose garden with 800 varieties of roses. Calendar of workshops and events, gallery of photos from the park, map and driving directions.
Birthplace of the Episcopal Church in the New World and graced by the only extant American garden planned by England's most venerated designer. Located in Woodbury.
Art museum in a restored home containing collections of French Impressionist masterpieces. Set on a 152-acre hilltop estate, the museum grounds contain formal gardens and woodland walking trails. Located in Farmington.
Formal gardens include a pleached pear arbor, topiary garden and a knot garden. Also offers a tea house and gift shop. Located in Higganum.
Herb gardens, bookstore, greenhouse, gift shop and afternoon teas.