The garden at Smithsonian Castle has been named after its donor Enid A. Haupt. It is a 4.2-acre garden. The plants and blooms turned regularly, an Asian-affected garden adjoining the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, and a Moorish-affected garden contiguous the National Museum of African Art. Saucer. Tulip magnolias, wide block strolls, and nineteenth-century cast-press plant decorations from the Smithsonian Gardens’ Garden Furniture Collection line the edge. The garden is open from sunrise until sunset.
The White House has beautifully landscaped gardens with a variety of trees, shrubs, and flowers. The White House gardens are open for public tour twice a year in spring and fall. This is a free event. Though a ticket is needed for everyone to enter from the National Park Service. During spring you can see fragrant magnolias, crabapple blooms, upright tulips, and much more. During the fall, you can see red salvia and chrysanthemums. The patio nurseries have a history about as old as the country.
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