Please join us for one of our 2017 OPEN GARDEN daylily peak bloom dates. We
will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the weekends of July 22-23,
July 29-30, Autust 5-6, and August 12-13.
We will have daylilies, a selection of liliums,
and some hosta available for purchase. If you would like to visit
us, but are not able to make it to one of the open garden dates,
we are glad to receive visitors by appointment whenever possible.
We do schedule garden clubs and tour buses on alternate dates when possible. Give us a call or drop us an email if you would like to visit on
DAFFODILS: In 2011 we opened the gardens for the first time for daffodil bloom viewing. We were open the first weekend in May. We had quite a few guests and many said they would love to come again, so we are going to try and be open each spring for visitors to view the daffodil bloom. We have over 15,000 bulbs that we have planted over the years, with more than 150 different varieties, so each year the bloom is getting better and better. There will not be any blooms or bulbs for sale, this is strictly viewing.
2017 Daffodil Open Garden dates: May 5-6 & 13 - 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We do not have bathroom facilities at the garden. Please plan to make a stop prior to arrival at the gardens to attend to your needs. Cumberland Farms in Morrisville village (at the
blinking light) has public restroom facilities and is very convenient when coming through the village.
We are pretty easy to find. We are in North Central Vermont, flanked
on the west by
I-89 and on the east by I-91. Morrisville is at the junction of
Rt. 15 East/West and
Rt. 100 North/South. See the map for more details.
Recently a new bypass was opened.
If coming from Rt. 100 from Stowe/Waterbury, when you come to the stop light, take a right to go into the Morrisville village. If coming from rte 15 there is now a roundabout that may make things confusing. Just head towards Morrisville village and then follow the directions below..
From the center of the village of Morrisville at the blinking light,
with Cumberland Farms (good restroom stop) on your right, go about 300 yards and bear
to the right at the Y in the road. This is the start of Rt. 12 South.
Go about 1.5 miles, and then turn Right onto the Lower Elmore Mountain
Road. Continue for about 1.5 miles more. (Do NOT turn off of this
road.) The road begins as black top, but switches to dirt after
about 1 mile. (We are the 1st farm after the pavement ends.) The
road will begin to climb a long gradual hill, we are in the middle
of the hill. The house is on the left and the barn is on the right.