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A Succulent Micro-climate

Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimino earned her BS in Wildlife Management and Natural Resources from the University of New Hampshire, where she got her first taste of horticulture.  In the last five years, her responsibilities have included the Tropical House…

Pallets Take 2: Accommodating Design Changes

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Wave Hill gardener Jen Cimino earned her BS in Wildlife Management and Natural Resources from the University of New Hampshire, where she got her first taste of horticulture.  In the last five years, her responsibilities have included the Tropical House…

This Week in the Gardens: Winter Solstice (Dec 21)

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Laurel Rimmer, Assistant Director of Wave Hill’s Public Programs, welcomes the arrival of winter in the gardens. December 21 and winter is officially here! There is plenty to see in the gardens. Here’s a glimpse of what you are missing…

The White Bat Plant Blooms

In addition to the Tropical House in the Marco Polo Stufano Conservatory, Wave Hill Gardener Will Wallace also tends the Elliptical Garden, Lilac Border and Myrica Slope below the Pergola, as well as the balustrade areas surrounding it. The white…

Golden Girl Blooms Again

Wave Hill’s Cactus House, the right-hand wing of Wave Hill’s Marco Polo Stufano Conservatory, currently features a number of interesting winter-flowering kalanchoes. These sun-loving members of the jade family delight visitors with their diversity of flowers and textural foliage. This…