Archive for: Winterthur

Greenery and Ground Cover

Greenery and Ground Cover

Ground covers are always lovely.  Flowering ones are even lovelier. I wish I could pass along the horticultural details on these but, alas I don’t know....

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The Lost Gardens of the Brandywine at Winterthur Museum and Gardens through July 25!

The Lost Gardens of the Brandywine at Winterthur Museum and Gardens through July 25!

The Lost Gardens of Brandywine exhibit showcases photographs of Pre-World War II Brandywine during the hay day of the Du Pont era featuring the area that now encompasses...

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The first official day of Summer!

The first official day of Summer!

If I were to think of one word that would say Summer more than any other word for me, it would be grass. Grass © Britt Conley I look forward the great greening...

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Winterthur’s Peony Garden

Winterthur’s Peony Garden

A couple of weekend ago I finally had the opportunity to visit Winterthur’s Peony Garden.  I’ve been hearing about it all year! Peony at Winterthur...

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The Quarry Garden at Winterthur

The Quarry Garden at Winterthur

Yesterday morning I almost skipped my day’s visit.  The rain showers and thunderstorms were predicted and the skies were already pretty gray.  But as Erika...

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Part V: The Famous Winterthur Store!

Part V: The Famous Winterthur Store!

The Photo Garden Bee hits the Winterthur Museum Shop! © Britt Conley As I am traveling from garden to garden I like to feature a day at the garden store. Why?...

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Part IV: The Wintertur House Tour

Part IV: The Wintertur House Tour

The du Pont House Tour at Winterthur © Britt Conley Winterthur, the du Pont family home, is huge with six floors of amazing antiques, culture, lifestyle and family....

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Part III: The Gardens at Winterthur!

Part III: The Gardens at Winterthur!

The March Bank. Photo courtesy Winterthur Every Winter in the woods at Winterthur is a treat of lovely blooms. According to Winterthur they begin as early as January...

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Part II: Winterthur is not just a home to gardens it is also home to Art!

Part II: Winterthur is not just a home to gardens it is also home to Art!

I am featuring Winterthur all week because it has a week’s worth of amazing things to do. Gardens, of course, being one of the most well known. However,...

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Today’s Featured Post: Part I: Yuletide trees at Winterthur

Today’s Featured Post: Part I: Yuletide trees at Winterthur

Oh, how do I love the way gardens around the country celebrate the Holidays! And at the top of my list is Museum and Gardens at Winterthur! Most other gardens...

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