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Northeast Gardening: Rock On! - Celebrating Stone in the Garden Exhibit at NEWFS

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sedum37
Westford, MA
(Zone 5b)

October 7, 2006
3:06 AM

Post #2793022

Today I visited the Rock On! exhibit at New England Wildflower Society garden - Garden in the Woods. What a wonderful exhibit!!! This exhibit showcases 37 stone sculptures by several artists throughout the garden. So not only do you get the fabulous fall foliage you also see the artwork integrated in the landscape.

So this exhibit is only here at the Garden in the Woods in Framingham, Mass until October 15th. Note admission is free 12-4PM on October 15th. Do try to visit the garden you won't be disappointed. If you are looking for something local to Massachusetts do this weekend the weather looks like it will be great!

To see some photos from my visit, click on this link:
http://www.picturetrail.com/gid13077701

For more info on New England Wildflower Society or the exhibit please visit:
http://www.newfs.org/

Enjoy!
Sue
grampapa
Wheatfield, NY
(Zone 6a)

October 7, 2006
11:52 AM

Post #2793497

Sue, thanks so much for the tour. If I lived close enough, this is something I would definitely visit in person. great pics...almost as good as being there.

gram ~ a girl ~

carrielamont

carrielamont
Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

October 7, 2006
5:24 PM

Post #2794165

Thanks for that tour, Sedum! I've wanted to check out that although I doubt I could do much with my wheelchair. My 12 yo daughter went with a friend, but was unimpressed, although she did come home with two 'lichen gardens' as a gift for me, each about 5" in diameter.

xxxxx, Carrie
DawnLL

(Zone 4a)

October 8, 2006
1:43 PM

Post #2796659

Great pictures - the fall colours are just beautiful. What an amazing little journey. I am actually taking my kids to a conservation area near here as well today - the sun is out the temp is nice - it will be the perfect day for a little hike in the bush...I can't wait to see the fall colours myself!!!! If I get a chance I will post some pics too!
sedum37
Westford, MA
(Zone 5b)

October 9, 2006
2:59 PM

Post #2800011

Thanks everyone for looking! So Carrie you shouldn't let your wheelchair stop you. They have guided tours by a motorized cart that can hold I think 5 people available by reservation . The day I went I saw such a tour in progress and it looked like a great way to see the garden.

Here is some info:
http://www.newfs.org/gitwtours.htm

Sue

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