Monday, April 12, 2010
The gardens at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe have everything from primrose and geraniums to impatiens and tulips. And of course, there's Edelweiss.
Every summer Dave and I visit the 2,400-acre resort to admire the gardens around the property. Last summer I spent a few hours photographing The Cutting Gardens and Greenhouse, which is located just down the road from the main lodge.
This year I plan on taking photos of The Rock Garden, originally designed and planted by Maria von Trapp. It's the oldest garden on the property and is the most colorful in spring and early summer.
I don't have much of a green thumb and I don't know a lot about flowers. But these gardens definitely inspire me.
Posted by Erica Houskeeper at Monday, April 12, 2010