Public gardens in New Jersey
Camden Children's Garden
A place for the young and the young at heart to explore and discover the natural world, with horticultural experiences for creative and imaginative play. Information on exhibits, activities, and school programs.
David C. Shaw Arboretum
County park facility in Freehold, featuring hundreds of species, cultivars, and varieties of ornamental trees and shrubs. Summary and visiting information.
Large estate garden in Hillsborough, whose features include a lake and other water features, a sycamore allee, and barns. Information about recreation and education, and nature programs.
Friends of the Frelinghuysen Arboretum
Volunteer organization dedicated to various horticultural facilities in Morris County (New Jersey), especially its headquarters location, the George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum. Information about the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, history, events, and workshops.
Historic estate garden in Short Hills (New Jersey), being restored for public enjoyment as a project of the Garden Conservancy. History, photos, mission statement.
Morven Museum & Garden
House built before the American Revolution by Richard Stockton. The former governor's mansion is now a state museum. Information about museum exhibits and garden tours.
Presby Memorial Iris Gardens
Volunteer-run garden entirely dedicated to irises in Montclair. Site offers bloom status and iris cultivation information.
Suburban conservancy on a historic country estate in Summit, dedicated to the environment and horticultural education. News, and information about visiting and events.
Campus arboretum and public garden. Information about collections and theme gardens, visiting, educational programs, and events.
Somerset County Parks
Gardens tended by the park commission include the naturalistic Leonard J. Buck Garden, fragrance, rose, and perennial gardens, and an arboretum.
Van Vleck House & Gardens
On this suburban estate in Montclair, formal gardens featuring a choice collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, and other broad-leaved evergreens extend from a turn-of-the-century Italianate villa. History, visitor information, calendar of events.
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