Bedrock Gardens is a special place, a place I hadn't visited in too long.
That changed for me on Friday.
Bedrock Gardens is an emerging public garden that integrates unusual botanical specimens and unique sculpture into an inspiring landscape journey. This 37-acre site is transitioning from a historic farm and private garden to a public oasis of art, horticulture and inspiration.
Bedrock Gardens is a journey, based on the principle that a garden needs to provide places to go, places to pause and reset, and interesting things to see along the way.
It's in transition from private property to a public garden. It is open from Tuesday through Friday plus two weekends a month, a big change from the previous one weekend a month during the warmer months of the year. More open times and the fact that the garden just opened for the year meant I was able to wander the property without the company of many people.
Bedrock Gardens is in Lee, NH, a reasonable drive for a day trip from the Boston area. If you live nearby I highly recommend a visit.
I enjoyed my wander, soaking in the beauty of the gardens and sculpture.