Spring at Wave Hill
The Paisley Bed
Shaped like the teardrop motif of a Paisley pattern, this bed is planted with a succession of plantings from season to season and from year to year. Colorful tulips kick off the spring display.See More
The Wild Garden
This naturalistic garden is at its most enchanting in spring. Tiny species of tulips, rock cresses and fritillaries pop up and flower in rapid succession, while above them, azaleas, dogwoods and crabapples bloom in profusion.See More
The Shade Border
This leafy area displays a great variety of ferns and other shade-loving plants. Woodland blooms cover the ground in spring, including native dogtooth violets, trilliums and elegant, dark-hued Canton fairy bells. A path runs through these plantings and leads to the Shade Border Arbor, a contemplative place to sit and take in this floral tapestry.
This interactive series led by artist Wennie Huang explores drawing and layering collage or mixed media. Each session includes a demo, Q&A, time for artists to work on their own work and a critique at the end. This four-session series continues on April 30, May 7 and May 14.
Draw from personal and cultural experiences to reimagine your relationship to nature. Use your own silhouette as the canvas to map out your relationship to the land. Create the topographies that trace your roots and routes from your own memorabilia, including junk mail, letters, maps and family records.
A free, virtual development series for caregivers teaching children to gain skills, resources and support for cultivating a rich, at-home education environment.
Tulips from the Paisley Bed
This spring, Wave Hill donated these beautiful bunches of fresh-cut tulips to the residents of the Hebrew Home of Riverdale, a nursing home nearby. With no Wave Hill visitors to appreciate these blooms, we were so happy to share them and spread some seasonal joy.