Snow-Covered Gardens

Gardens are gorgeous, even in winter. Here's what it looks like when Mother Nature covers everything with a beautiful blanket of white. 

Photo By: Image by Bob Delevante

Photo By: Image by Bob Delevante

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Photo By: Image courtesy of CBG

Photo By: Image courtesy of CBG

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Photo By: Image courtesy of Longwood Gardens

Photo By: Image courtesy of Longwood Gardens

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Arbor in Winter

Bare wisteria branches make a wintery canopy at Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee.

Snow in the South

A snow-covered statue on the bamboo trail leads the way to the Japanese garden at Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee. 

Precip in the Petals

Hydrangeas are even beautiful when they're not in bloom at the Chicago Botanic Garden

Chilly Dip

Ice on the water and snow in the trees makes a serene scene at The Malott Japanese Garden in the Chicago Botanic Garden

Stone Cold Statue

A statue crowned with snow seems like it's shivering in the Farwell Landscape Garden at the Chicago Botanic Garden

Snow Angles

The unique shapes of Longwood Gardens' Topiary Garden are amplified with a dusting of snow. 

Bring Your Boots!

The trees may be dormant, but this snowy pathway at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, is alive with beauty. 

A Day at the Beech

One of the first sights guests see when they enter Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, in the winter is Copper beech trees laden with snow. 

Herbs in Hibernation

Sage, thyme, parsley and other herbs sleep the winter away at the Nancy Bryan Luce Herb Garden at the New York Botanical Garden

Spirals in the Snow

A dusting of snow decorates the United States Botanical Garden in Washington, D.C.

Famous Fountain

Originally called the fountain of water and light, Bartholdi fountain at the United States Botanical Garden in Washington, D.C. was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, who also created the Statue of Liberty. 

Snowy Stroll

Snow doesn't stop New Yorkers from strolling around the Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Red Alert

What's black, white and red all over? Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Japanese Hill and pond in winter. 

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