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Yew Dell is an internationally-recognized center of gardening, plants and education, all offered in a stunning site of significant historical importance. Originally the home, gardens and commercial nursery of the late Theodore Klein and his family, Yew Dell now offers the public exceptional display gardens, an ambitious slate of education programs and community events, ongoing garden plant research, hiking trails and event rental opportunities.

Yew Dell is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Preservation Partner Project of the Garden Conservancy, a national non-profit dedicated to saving the nation’s most exceptional gardens.

News

  • Annual Fall Plant Sale: Wednesday, October 8th, Members Only; Thursday, October 7th, general public. Click here to see the Fall Plant Sale list. Inventory for the Fall Plant Sale will not be added to the Online Plant Market until 9am October 7th for our Members Only sale.
  • Nature is still in session and here at Yew Dell Botanical Gardens. We are gearing up for an exciting fall season. Check out our class schedule here.

Visit our Classes and Events.

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Watching the storm roll in from the nursery ... See MoreSee Less

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Every day is a rainy day inside the glass greenhouse.

Photo taken by Volunteer photographer, Stephen Love.
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This video was created for our primary fundraiser, Twilight in the Gardens. We hope you enjoy ❤️🌿

Special thanks to Daria Eisenbrei for the wonderful video.
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Twilight Auction Item - Wonderful White Oaks Quilt, created by Yew Dell volunteer, Jacquelyn McGrail.

For those who have loved the handmade quilts by talented Yew Dell volunteer, Jacquelyn McGrail, you will not want to miss this year's Wonderful White Oak Quilt. It depicts leaves from 5 species in the white oak group, arranged in diagonal rows. The leaves were traced from live specimens, or from photographs, then enlarged and somewhat simplified. The background is the sky, and the quilting represents the breezes and air currents. This lovingly made piece of fine art would grace any person's home. This quilt is so good, our ED Paul Cappiello could identify the types of oaks by the quilt pieces!

The Twilight auction closes tomorrow night at 11:59 pm. We have several garden-centric items available. Thank you to our wonderful in-kind donors for providing such unique items and experiences!

Follow this link to bid: one.bidpal.net/twilight2020/welcome
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