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Bedrock Gardens

Bedrock Gardens
45 High Road

Bedrock Gardens in Lee, New Hampshire, was started in 1987 by owners Jill Nooney and Bob Munger. Today, it's grown to become a 30-acre garden journey, notable for its plants, its design, its hardscape and its sculpture.                                                                                                                

Noteworthy Features Include:

  • 3/4-mile circulation path, connecting the garden rooms, with vistas along the way
  • Two 900-foot cross axes
  • 3/4-acre wildlife pond with bridge
  • Parterre formal garden with pool
  • 400-foot allée
  • Spiral garden
  • Pinetum (AKA 'Conetown')
  • Rock garden
  • 3/4-acre ornamental grass 'painting' ('GrassAcre')
  • 200-foot 'Wiggle Waggle' stream and pond
  • Various fountains and water features
  • Japanese Tea House and garden
  • A variety of pergolas and shelters
  • Many sculptures
  • Two miles of woodland trails

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