Fuller Gardens

Location: 10 Willow Avenue
North Hampton, New Hampshire
Website: www.fullergardens.org
Submitted by: Tim Martin

"One of the Last Working Formal Estate Gardens of the Early 20th Century"

Fuller Gardens is a non-profit, public botanical garden located in North Hampton, New Hampshire.

The formal rose gardens, designed in the Colonial Revival style, were commissioned during the late 1920s by Massachusetts Governor Alvan T. Fuller at his summer estate. The meticulously maintained formal rose gardens, a Japanese garden, and English perennial plantings provide a continuous array of color and interest from spring until fall.

On a personal note, this is a favorite place for me to spend some time when I am at home in New Hampshire, and is a wonderful source of inspiration for my own garden. The Fuller Gardens are open from mid-May until October. ~Tim

Click here for a slideshow of this Inspirational Garden
or scroll down to take a virtual stroll through it!
Watercolor by Denise Brown
Fuller Gardens Side Garden
Photo Credit: Tim Martin
Clematis and Delphinium
Photo Credit: Tim Martin
Dahlia Display
Photo Credit: Tim Martin
The Lydia Fuller Bottomley Fountain
Photo Credit: Tim Martin
Perennial Border
Photo Credit: Tim Martin
Rose Garden Fountain