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We are welcoming visitors to Gaiety Hollow on Mother’s Day, May 14, 1-4pm. We hope that we have many new and return guests! Bring your family and enjoy the gorgeous shrubs and spring flowers blooming now.
Rhododendrons are the highlight of the West Allée.
A stunning Deutzia is covered in white flowers near the Pergola.
Forget-me-nots were some of Elizabeth Lord’s favorite flowers and they still re-seed themselves every year in the flower garden. They look like blue clouds right now.
Pansies and alyssum are smiling in the sun in the newly restored Drying Garden.
And Peonia rubra plena, planted in 1955, is still showing off her gorgeous flowers in the Flower Garden over 60 years after she was planted by Elizabeth and Edith.
We look forward to seeing you on Sunday…and don’t forget to bring your camera!