Spring and Summer Gardens Across New York State  

Spring and summer bring about some of the most picturesque landscapes thanks to beautiful sunny skies and fresh blooming flowers. Gardens across New York State are perfect places to experience this seasonal beauty. All listed are accessible by Amtrak and will allow you to bask in nature’s magnificence. 

NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN
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This national landmark has more than one million plants to its name. In the spring, you may visit their Arboretum collection, Azalea Garden, Children's Adventure Garden, and many others. In the summer, check out their crabapples, daffodils, and wetland trail! 

 

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BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN
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With 52 acres covered in plant life, you're sure to find something beautiful to gaze upon. Visit the discovery garden with the children, or dream about Italian food as you smell the basil in the Herb Garden. Whatever you do, don't sit inside all spring and summer. 

 


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INNISFREE GARDENS 
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Japanese architecture and influences are present throughout this 150-acres garden. In fact, this garden is so uniquely beautiful that it is recognized as one of the top ten gardens in the world. 

 



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SCHENECTADY CENTRAL PARK ROSE GARDEN
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Utilized constantly for wedding and engagement photos, this garden is both quaint and striking at the same time. It's 4,000 rose bushes make for a perfect stroll on a warm and sunny day. 

 



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LANDIS ARBORETUM
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One of the greatest features of this garden are the eight miles of hiking trails amongst the beauty of nature. You may run, walk, or saunter while you take in the best Mother Nature has to offer.

 



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KING'S GARDEN AT FORT TICONDEROGA
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At King's Garden, you can experience history and beauty simultaneously. After you meander your way through the garden, you can take a historical tour of the famed Fort Ticonderoga. 

 



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HIGHLAND PARK CONSERVATORY
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There are over 150 acres to explore at this conservatory, including a garden honoring William Shakespeare's talent. Flowering pears and tulips will be ready for early May, followed by crabapples and flowering dogwood.   



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BUFFALO BOTANICAL GARDENS
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There are many different gardens located throughout, including the healing garden, the growing house, the Florida collection, and the Everglades. So get ready to experience the nearly natural landscape from places around the world. 

 


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MOTHER'S DAY WEEKEND GARDEN PARTY 
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It's about time to celebrate Mom and all she does for you! On May 13th and 14th, head to the New York Botanical Gardens for a day of picnicking, live music, and fun for the whole family! 

 

 


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MILLS GARDEN: ROSE DAY

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On June 14th, guests of all ages are invited to roam the garden during its peak time of year. The garden, located within walking distance from Syracuse University, attracts many young students looking for refuge during finals' week. 

 

 

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GARDEN WALK BUFFALO 
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On July 29th and 30th, you will be allowed to tour over 400 gardens of locals for free. With individual flare and different plant preferences, the gardens will all be very different from one another, offering a unique viewing experience. 

 


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