Heritage Museums & Gardens offers 100 spectacular acres of trees and shrubs, designed gardens, exquisite flowers and sweeping lawns. The gardens are a delight any time of year. Spring features showy Dexter Rhododendrons and flowering trees, while summer boasts brilliant annuals and dazzling daylilies. Autumn highlights blazing foliage and the fall-blooming Franklinia. Winter showcases beautiful heathers, bright berries and noble evergreens.
Mornings in the Garden (every 4th Wednesday)
Monthly walk and talk with Director of Horticulture, Les Lutz. 11am-Noon. Free with admission.
April - Spring in the Garden - Spotlight on Flowering Trees
May - Heritage''s Rhododendron Legacy
June - "Off the Beaten Path" - Walk our nature trails and explore areas less commonly visited.
July - Windmill Garden - Les Lutz will discuss the replanting and design of the Windmill Garden.
August - Fun with Fungi - An informative walk highlighting wild mushrooms on the property.
September - Pest Management - Walk the garden and learn about pests and IPM (Integrated Pest Management) and how Heritage is beginning to use a managed, less invasive, more sustainable approach to controlling some of our pest problems.
October - Fall Color - Spotlight on the Arbor Bowl