Planting Fields Arboretum

I’ve visited this state park in the spring of 2014. Today’s weather, is as gorgeous as last Friday’s when we visited Bayard Cutting Arboretum. Some the memorable corners at the park, the Coe Hall, the Manor House and the little cottage at the rectangle fountain, and the Alphabetic City.

As to the two arboretums, each has her unique advantages: Planting Fields is more of an arboretum while Bayard Cutting is more of a park on the water – maybe if I visit it again during the season, I would have different impressions. We also stopped by

The purple peas and the hanging baskets 高高在上

The Dahlia garden: the beautiful flowers remind me to dream of Georgia O’Keeffe. The foursome reminds me of the flowers at the Buddhist temples – so perfect, almost fake.


The Hoffman visitor center and café ⇓ There is a regional archives but it’s not open to public.

There is, at least one private residence … how marvelous!

Children’s Cottage is painted pink

The statues

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