Lee, New Hampshire
This 20-acre privately-owned garden is designed as a garden journey that takes anywhere from one and a half to two hours to complete.
The gardens are the creations of Jill Nooney, horticulturist, sculptor, and landscape designer, and Bob Munger, engineer, and hardscaper. Notable for its plants, design, hardscape and sculpture, it features an espaliered fence, a parterre formal garden with pool, a 400 foot allée, a pinetum, architecturally interesting rocks, pergolas, garden art, two miles of woodland trails and much more.
Open one day a month from May – September. Other visits can be scheduled by appointment. Please call 603-659-2993 before visiting.
Located halfway between Boston and Portland, about 20 miles inland from the coast of New Hampshire.
Photo: Arch of the Acrobats, which frames the entrance to Petit Pond, with its waterfalls Japanese Maples and Tea House. [ info ]