Public Gardens to See
Brave the chilly temperatures and meander through some of the South’s top spots to see the “winter rose” this year. Read more.
In this leafy Piedmont city, Moravians, tobacco magnates, and modern gardeners have all found fertile soil for their visions. Read more.
An 1860s demonstration garden in Atlanta nourishes the community. Read more.
Find out how Churchill Downs looks so stunning on the big day. Read more.
See how a new Texas garden welcomes spring. Read more.
Explore the elaborate gardens and sprawling manicured landscapes at the Hillwood Estate, which stem from the precise direction of the late Post. Read more.
Bring on spring with designer Bunny Williams at Ladew Topiary Gardens’ annual festival. Read more.
Gardens don’t need to be gigantic to be grand. Read more.
In the hills outside Asheville, a husband-and-wife team cultivates a three-acre dreamscape devoted to a mountain flower. Read more.
Step Inside These Private Southern Gardens
Malvern, a classic Georgian manor, was designed by architect Ogden Codman, Jr., who also created Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Breakers in Newport, RI. Read more.
Symmetry and surprise blossom side by side in this Georgia garden. Read more.
A Western North Carolina hideaway where mysterious moss enchants everything it touches. Read more.
A Dallas landscape architect reinvents his garden, marrying English traditional with Lone Star tough. Read more.
High in the mountains of Kentucky, a young garden designer adds his signature touch to a landscape decades in the making. Read more.
How a Maryland couple brought a World War II–era garden back to life—and then some. Read more.
A serendipitous collaboration unites the quirky facets of a home in North Carolina. Read more.