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WynEden is a 9.5 acre site containing over 4,000 different plants and cultivars, 15,000 hostas, 7,000 Rhododendrons & Azaleas, 3 ponds, 3 streams and 5 acres of edited woodland.  

In early spring, as hellebores and winter flowering shrubs start their decline, tens of thousands of bulbs burst into bloom along with thousands of bloodroots.  Other spring ephemerals include hepaticas, terrestrial orchids, the Jeffersonians dubia and diphylla, many primroses, phlox, and heucheras, all blooming beneath some 40 odd dogwoods scattered throughout the property.


In summer, the sunny borders shine with daylilies, coneflowers, eupatoriums, and sunflowers.  In the shade gardens the 400 plus hosta cultivars take center stage.


Mid-April, May through early June, the first two weeks in July and early August are the most floriferous periods, but despite the fact that the garden is conceived primarily as a foliage garden, there is something in bloom all year.  

Tucked away between two ranges of low hills and surrounded by mature, native woodlands, the site itself is spectacular at any time of the year.  The Philadelphia Inquirer called it a "bucolic idyll."  

Fellow gardeners and friends are always welcome.  

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