Glebe House Garden-credit-Connecticut's Historic Gardens
Glebe House and Gertrude Jekyll Garden

Hollow Road / P.O. Box 245 Woodbury, CT, 06798 Phone: 203-263-2855

Upon the museum's creation in 1926, English author and landscape designer Gertrude Jekyll started a traditional garden -- and in the 1970s, her plans were completed. Now, visitors marvel at the wholeness of this garden as they stroll through border plantings and a rose allee. See full description of Glebe House and Gertrude Jekyll Garden
Bellamy-Ferriday garden -credit-Connecticuts Historic Gardens
Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden

9 Main Street Bethlehem, CT, 06751 Phone: 203-266-7596 for tours

This antique home features a formal parterre garden with chains of connected flowerbeds; roses, peonies, and lilacs. See full description of Bellamy-Ferriday House and Garden.
Hollister House Garden

300 Nettleton Hollow Road Washington, CT, 06793 Phone: 860-868-2200

Located on a terraced site in the hills of Litchfield County, Hollister House Garden is an American interpretation of such classic English gardens as Sissinghurst , Great Dixter and Hidcote. Hollister House sponsors such events like Twilight in the Garden, Connecticut Open House Day, and Music in the Garden. New events are planned for the renovated 18th century barn adjacent to the garden. Each event encourages visitors to explore the romantic English-style garden. Hollister House Garden is a member of the Garden Conservancy and hosts an annual event, Garden Study Weekend.
Open to visitors late April to late September, Fridays, 2-5 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Private group visits on weekdays by appointment only.