5 Beautiful Botanical Gardens in New Hampshire!
New Hampshire is filled with incredible natural beauty and offers a wealth of opportunities to explore the outdoors. One of its best kept secrets however, are its amazing botanical gardens and arboretums, which are well worth the visit. Take a look at the 5 best botanical gardens and arboretums in the Granite State.
A delightful oasis situated a stone’s throw from the ocean, Fuller Gardens is a public botanical garden that was once part of the summer estate of Alvan T. Fuller. Here you can wander through thousands of rose bushes, formal English perennial borders, a Japanese Garden and a tropical conservatory — all framed by sculpted hedges.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Fells is an 83.5-acre site offering a glimpse of the state’s history and the relationship between man and nature. Tour the 22-room Colonial Revival home, explore the forests and woodland trails, and enjoy the renowned gardens. This estate boasts stunning florals and native plantlife for all to admire. It’s also part of the preservation project by the Garden Conservancy.
Bedrock Gardens is a 30-acre public garden taking visitors on an inspiring landscape journey. Its combination of unusual botanical specimens and unique sculptures will captivate and relax you. Explore the world around you as you take a stroll through the gardens.
Rhododendron State Park is a 2,723-acre public area on and around Little Monadnock Mountain. Here you can gaze upon rhododendrons, mountain laurels and other wildflowers, as well as observe wildlife and relax in the tranquility of nature.
Distant Hill Gardens and Distant Hill Nature Trail span 155-acres of biodiverse forest, fields, and wetlands just outside of downtown Walpole. Take a leisurely stroll through the gardens and explore the beauty of the plant life in this gorgeous natural setting.
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