Historic Gardens of the Hudson Valley @ Crawford House

Saturday, June 11, 2011 Tour begins at the Crawford House, 189 Montgomery St.
Gardens are an important part of the historic fabric of the Hudson Valley.  With America’s first great landscape architect, Andrew Jackson Downing, hailing from Newburgh, it seems fitting for the Historical Society to host a program which highlights some of the areas most important gardens and landscapes.

Join Master Gardener Lily Norton and gardening enthusiast Cathy Cahill, on a guided tour of five beautiful gardens in the Hudson Valley.  Starting at the Crawford House and traveling caravan style, the tour will take approximately 3 hours.  Enjoy the roses, acanthus, iris, cleome, peonies, foxglove, salvia, allium, woodland ferns and many more spectacular summer bloomers!
The tour will leave the Crawford House at 1:05pm. 

Please be sure to wear comfortable shoes and bring your hat, sunglasses, bug spray, water and sunblock.

$25 donation

For more information, please call 845-561-2585 or email historicalsocietynb@yahoo.com

2 Comment