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  • saucer magnolias some planted as early as 1875 by Henry Algernon du Pont Located at a convergence of paths Magnolia Bend serves as a transition from woodland garden to open

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  • by a venerable old sycamore features summer flowering shrubs and trees Lavender lilacs fountain buddleias and princess trees combine with cherry red weigelas Fragrant white mock oranges deutzias magnolias and dogwoods bloom in June Many of these plants also offer

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  • paths that afford spectacular views of the surrounding countryside and pond below Drifts of colorful native and exotic azaleas bloom from April into summer Lavender colchicum carpet the hill in

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  • peonies feature a dazzling array of white pink red yellow bronze peach and maroon flowers in May Originally designed as an iris garden by landscape architect Marian Coffin in 1929 it was adapted to showcase the work of Dr A

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  • is the oldest surviving garden area at Winterthur Du Pont studied The Wild Garden 1904 and other writings by British horticulturists William Robinson and Gertrude Jekyll Using these ideas du Pont began naturalizing daffodils on the bank and by the

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  • three acre plot of the Winterthur Garden the fairy folk created a magical landscape for children of all ages Canopied by majestic oak trees Enchanted Woods has been taken over by the woodland fairies who live here and is transformed

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  • - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
    Research Fellowships Winterthur Portfolio home Collections Museum Library Garden Collection Care Conservation Publications Online Collections Membership Member Tips and Resources Benefits of Membership Join or Renew Gift Membership Member Activities Support Winterthur Current Initiatives Henry Francis du Pont Collectors Circle Winterthur Garden and Landscape Society WGLS Planned Giving Annual Giving Corporate Sponsorship Business Associates Ways to Give Donor Report Shop Museum Stores Special Offers Events Shop Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs Page Not Found This page could not be found There may be several reasons for this including We missed it when moving to the new site The page has been deleted or moved The address is incorrect please check the address in the address bar We apologize for any inconvenience You could search for the page or start at our homepage We would appreciate it if you would report the missing page by clicking the Send a message to the Webmaster link at the bottom right of this page Thank you for your help and patience Page request

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    Graduate Research Fellowships Winterthur Portfolio home Collections Museum Library Garden Collection Care Conservation Publications Online Collections Membership Member Tips and Resources Benefits of Membership Join or Renew Gift Membership Member Activities Support Winterthur Current Initiatives Henry Francis du Pont Collectors Circle Winterthur Garden and Landscape Society WGLS Planned Giving Annual Giving Corporate Sponsorship Business Associates Ways to Give Donor Report Shop Museum Stores Special Offers Events Shop Online Bookstore Online Prints on Demand Licensed Products Winterthur Design Associates Winterthur is closed to the public January 4 February 29 and reopens March 1 with a full slate of new exhibitions house tours and programs Page Not Found This page could not be found There may be several reasons for this including We missed it when moving to the new site The page has been deleted or moved The address is incorrect please check the address in the address bar We apologize for any inconvenience You could search for the page or start at our homepage We would appreciate it if you would report the missing page by clicking the Send a message to the Webmaster link at the bottom right of this page Thank you for your help and patience Page

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