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A quartet of tuteurs are a stately addition to the Flower Garden
Wave Hill is open Monday, Memorial Day
Gardening Workshop June 4: From Wood Pallets to Plant Palettes!
Meet the artists in the Dark Matters collective Sunday, June 5
Savor Lavender Weekend, June 11 and 12!
Register now for the Landscape Painting Summer Intensive, June 7-8-9
Help us renovate and renew the gardens this spring!
 An exhibition of contemporary still lifes is on view in Glyndor Gallery
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What's in Bloom

The dappled sunlight of the Wild Garden promises shady, cool corners of peace and quiet. What other wonders lie beyond the garden path? #wavehill #springtime
May 27, 2016 Wave Hill
The dappled sunlight of the Wild Garden promises shady, cool corners of peace and quiet. What other wonders lie beyond the garden path? #wavehill #springtime
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Paeonia 'Madame de Verneville' has bloomed, signaling the beginning of peak peony season in the gardens. And oh, it\u2019s so fragrant! #wavehill #peony #springtimeLike so many things in the Wild Garden, it might seem serendipitous to find such a rich display of purples along the edge, but it\u2019s all thanks to our gardeners\u2019 superb relationship with Mother Nature. Which hue speaks most to you? #wavehill #gardenglory #springA fascinating sight, #viburnum opulus (European cranberrybush) has two different types of flowers\u2014almost as if the smaller buds are donning a flower crown. Any ideas where to spot these delightful blossoms in our gardens? #wavehill #nationalscavengerhuntday

Wave Hill's Family Album

Check out 50 years of Wave Hill memories - and add your own!

Con Edison STEM Days Out

Learn more about this new STEM initiative for middle-schoolers, sponsored by Con E...
Wave Hill Winter Workspace artist Chad Stayrook talks about "magical realism"

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Wave Hill Winter Workspace artist Chad Stayrook talks about "magical realism" in h...