We have several different gardens, mainly perennials like day-lilies, hydrangeas, rhodos, lilacs, phlox and roses. There are beds of coneflowers and brown-eyed susans. We have groups of daffodils and narcissus, irises, etc. There are three acres of purple/pink/white lupines as well, surrounding 90 apple trees, pears and prunes. 100 sq ft of raised beds host rotating veggies (carrots, radishes, broccoli, etc), sunflowers, and some fruits (tomatoes, cukes, peppers). One garden has specimens of bleeding hearts, chives, balloon flowers, columbines, gallardias, hollyhocks, poppies, coreopsis, among others. The porch planters hold 100 geraniums and hangers support about 10 begonias, many of which winter-over in the basement.
Another, more dense garden contains specimen trees and junipers, including dwarf maple, weeping cherry, weeping pine, weeping cedar atlantics, weeping dogwood, weeping beech, dogwoods and a hemlock. There are also azaleas, lilacs, viburnum, rose of Sharon, butterfly bush, spirea and various patches of yarrow, ferns and goldenrod.