Daffodils at Long Hill

Beverly, Massachusetts

Status

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Introduction

Long Hill and Sedgwick Gardens in Beverly, Massachusetts are part of The Trustees of Reservations preservation properties.

From The Trustees of Reservations Long Hill:

"Bring the family for a celebration of spring's arrival at Long Hill's Sedgwick Garden. Enjoy carpets of bulbs in bloom, a daffodil walk through the historic orchard, a stroll through the botanic gardens with hundreds of blooming daffodils and thousands of other spring bulbs and perennials. Also enjoy a visit to the Children’s Garden and say hello to the chickens. A visit to Long Hill is sure to brighten everyone’s spring.

Website

www.thetrustees.org/places-to-visit/north-shore/long-hill.html

Details

Spring Garden at Long Hill 2014From the Long Hill website:

"The gardens are flanked on all sides by more than 100 acres of woodland as well as an apple orchard, meadow, children's garden, and agricultural fields, including a 2-acre organic vegetable farm run by The Food Project as a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project."

"A popular 1.2-mile main loop trail - great for families - passes through quintessentially New England woodlands dotted by vernal pools and imposing boulders."

"We have at least 30 varieties (most of them are uncommon) of daffodils planted in the 6-acre botanic garden at Long Hill. We also feature a daffodil walk through the historic orchard with 1,000 daffodils. The garden is open everyday from sunrise to sundown, every day of the year. Free to everyone."




Last Updated: January 19, 2016