This lush 46-acre park is the oldest surviving botanic garden in North America. It was originally founded by the botanist, explorer, and plant collector John Bartram (who was also appointed Royal Botanist by King George III in 1765). You'll tour the stone house Bartram originally built, along with a spectacular array of native plants, trees, and flowers. See more at Bartram's Garden » - HouseBeautiful.com
Provençal Seating Area At the end of an axis, a classic Lutyens bench by Barlow Tyrie in Benjamin Moore’s “Whipple Blue” gives a subtle Provençal feel. Blue tuteurs in pots by The Brookfield Co. are a classic embellishment. The quartet of trees growing up through the gravel are globe locusts.