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Stonecrop Gardens, Cold Spring

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Must see · Garden · Nature / Park
Stonecrop Gardens is a public garden in Cold Spring, New York, U.S. Formerly the home of Anne and Frank Cabot, the founder of The Garden Conservancy, the ground became a public garden in 1992, directed by Caroline Burgess. A variety of gardens include woodland and water gardens, a bamboo grove, stone beds with alpine flowers, systematic flower beds and an enclosed English flower garden.
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  • Off the beaten path but a pleasure once found. One could wander around and around and still not see all in one visit. Worth coming back to every season. Covid restrictions in effect.  more »
  • I was familiar with the name of the gardens and when Trip Advisor listed them as a Cold Spring attraction, I jumped at the chance to book tickets for myself and my friend. It was a real highlight of....  more »
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