A garden oasis and cultural center overlooking the Hudson River

Seed Time for Sleepy Hollow Gardeners

Along with Director of Visitor Services Michael Wiertz, Visitor Services Manager Paula Morvay works with groups planning a visit to Wave Hill.

Last week, we were pleased to welcome the dedicated Sleepy Hollow Manor Garden Club, just up the Hudson from Wave Hill. In working out the details for their visit, I expected their time here to be positive―and the weather was certainly glorious! It was an added bonus to receive from the manager of The Shop at Wave Hill, Jenah Barry, this kind note from a member of the club, who posted to her blog about the trip.

“Dear Jenah Barry,
Our garden club had a lovely visit to Wave Hill yesterday and I am really looking forward to planting the seeds I purchased in your beautiful shop.
I did a write a post about our visit for my blog and I am attaching a link here.
Hope you enjoy!
Dorothy Handelman”

Yes, Dorothy, we certain did enjoy it. Visit again soon!














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