Fuller Gardens, North Hampton

#101 of 219 in Parks in New Hampshire
The grounds were designed in the 1920's by noted landscape designer Arthur Shurtcleff and the Olmsted Brothers and commissioned by Alvan T. Fuller as an ornament to his summer estate. The Fuller Gardens features 1700 rose bushes, formal English perennial borders, annual displays, Japanese Garden and Conservatory. The Garden are located on the ocean and entirely wrapped in sculpted hedges. Open from 10-5:30 May 14 through mid October.
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  • Very nice flowers. Very nice grasses. Very calm and nice.Nice place to get peace and liveliness for mind,soul and spirit.  more »
  • Part of the Fuller Foundation--wonderful flowers, and plants--some for sale-wonderplace for a daytrip, on the backside of the million dollar homes overlooking the ocean  more »

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