Public Gardens You’ll Want to Visit in Maryland

Maryland is known for many great things and at the top of the list should be their collection of amazing public gardens. You’ll want to see the beautiful Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens that’s been in operation since 1888. Then there’s the Ladew Topiary Gardens, name one of the “10 incredible topiary gardens around the world.” And that’s just a taste of what you’ll find to keep you inspired and in awe.

We’ve put together a list of our fave places to visit in Maryland where you’ll find plenty of inspiration. Best of all, most are free and open year-round!

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Brookside Gardens

1800 Glenallan Ave.
Wheaton, MD 20902

Cost: Free

​Brookside Gardens is Montgomery County’s incomparable, award-winning 50-acre public display garden situated within Wheaton Regional Park. Included in the gardens are several distinct areas: Aquatic Garden, Azalea Garden, Butterfly Garden, Children’s Garden, Rose Garden, Japanese Style Garden, Trial Garden, Rain Garden, and the Woodland Walk.

The Formal Gardens areas include a Perennial Garden, Yew Garden, the Maple Terrace, and Fragrance Garden. Brookside Gardens also feature two conservatories for year-round enjoyment.

The Gardens are open for your enjoyment, relaxation, and exercise from sunrise to sunset.

Virtual Tour & Map | What’s In Bloom

Brookside Gardens
Brookside Gardens
Brookside Gardens
Brookside Gardens
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Ladew Topiary Gardens

3535 Jarrettsville Pike
Monkton, MD 21111

Cost: Paid entry, see website for details

Named one of the “10 incredible topiary gardens around the world,” Ladew Topiary Gardens is a place of ever-changing beauty, with 22 acres of spectacular award-winning gardens, more than 100 remarkable topiaries, a mile-long Nature Walk, and native Butterfly House offering an up-close view of the habitat and life cycle of native butterflies and caterpillars.

Ladew’s 22 acres of gardens feature more than 100 larger-than-life topiary forms which serve as the backbone and centerpiece of the gardens and define a series of garden “rooms” including the Rose, White, Yellow, Sculpture and Iris Gardens.

The 18th century historic Manor House stands as a reminder of the unique and inspired life of a remarkable American character, Harvey Ladew. The house, which was built over three centuries, is home to Ladew’s remarkable collection of English antiques and equestrian-themed art. The Manor House preceded and inspired the gardens which reflect its beauty, elegance and humor.

Plan Your Visit | Garden Map | Event Calendar

Ladew Topiary Gardens
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Ladew Topiary Gardens
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H.P. Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens

Druid Hill Park
3100 Swann Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21217

Cost: Free

Opened in 1888, the historical Rawlings Conservatory is one of Baltimore’s most beautiful structures. It features five distinct greenhouse rooms, one 1/2-acre garden with many flower beds and a kaleidoscope of colors all year round.”

The Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens has distinct environments that allow the display of plants from all over the world. The buildings create an appropriate environment for plants from tropical, desert, and Mediterranean environments

An efficient tour of the world’s flora (from China to Africa, from the South American rainforests to the world’s deserts) where visitors of any age and any level of horticultural interest and expertise may study the plants in their natural environments.

Plan Your Visit | Explore the Conservatory & Gardens | Events

Rawlings Conservatory
Rawlings Conservatory
Rawlings Conservatory
Rawlings Conservatory
Rawlings Conservatory
Sherwood Gardens

Sherwood Gardens

4310 Underwood Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21218

Cost: Free

Originally developed by John Sherwood, a Baltimore businessman, philanthropist and pioneer in the petroleum business, Sherwood Gardens is more than six acres in size and is freely open to the public to enjoy.

Sherwood collected evergreens from every country and transplanted many English boxwood specimens from southern Maryland properties. He was particularly attracted to spring bloom and the gardens were planted for maximum springtime effect.

Tulip Display (April): Each year Sherwood Gardens puts on a unique and glorious display of tulips of many varieties, all imported from Holland. The tulips occupy over 28 beds spread throughout the six acres of Sherwood Gardens.

Tulip Dig (Memorial Day Weekend): To make room for the flowers of summer and to help prepare for the next year’s tulips, the Annual Tulip Dig attracts tulip and other bulb lovers from far and wide to dig up, buy and take home their favorite bulbs to enjoy.

Summer Flowers: The tulip beds turn into a new array of summer flowers and perennials every year. Sherwood Gardens hosts various summer flower events by providing a venue for Baltimore professional landscape design firms to display their craft and by partnering with other institutions, such as the Y of Central Maryland, to further our educational mission and theirs. The result is a beautiful and inviting space for families and friends to enjoy themselves.

Plan Your Visit | Photo Gallery

Sherwood Gardens
Sherwood Gardens
Sherwood Gardens
Sherwood Gardens
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Cylburn Arboretum

4915 Greenspring Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21209

Cost: Free

A 200-acre urban oasis in Baltimore City, Cylburn is a place of natural beauty and learning with hundreds of specimen trees and plantings, gorgeous gardens, wooded trails, a historic mansion, and a nature center.

They are open to the public year-round, and invite you to join the thousands of visitors who enjoy this remarkable place each year. There’s always something to see, learn, and do at Cylburn!

Plan Your Visit | Programs & Events

Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum
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Adkins Arboretum

Eastern Shore
12610 Eveland Rd.
Ridgely, MD 21660

Cost: Free

A 400-acre native garden and preserve, Adkins Arboretum is a model for land management that strives to engage all people in conservation, appreciation, and enjoyment of the Chesapeake region’s native landscapes through education, recreation, art, and community events.

Adkins Arboretum is the only arboretum or public garden that focuses solely on plants native to the Mid-Atlantic coastal plain. Because of its location on the Delmarva Peninsula, at the junction of the piedmont and the coastal plain where northern and southern plant life overlap, it includes diverse habitats that support more than 600 species of native shrubs, trees, wildflowers, grasses, and ferns. By walking the Arboretum grounds, visitors can experience native plants in a natural setting, in ecological restoration projects, and in cultivated gardens.

The Arboretum is a model for land stewardship, playing an important role in protecting the health of the Chesapeake Bay by preserving and restoring the region’s native flora.

Plan Your Visit | Programs & Events  | Photo Gallery

Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum
Adkins Arboretum
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Historic London Town & Gardens

839 Londontown Rd.
Edgewater, MD 21037

Cost: Paid entry, see website for details

Historic London Town and Gardens is a twenty-three acre park featuring history, archaeology, and horticulture on the South River in Edgewater, Maryland.

The Woodland Garden features towering native trees, an extensive collection of magnolias, camellias, dogwoods, rhododendrons and viburnums, uncommon individual specimens of spring bulbs, woodland wildflowers, and shade-loving perennials.

Historic Area: London Town was founded in 1683 as Anne Arundel County’s seat. Its heyday lasted approximately 100 years, but the town soon dissipated thanks to change in trade routes. The only remaining historic structure on site is the William Brown House. Built in c.1760 as an upscale tavern, the William Brown House became the county’s almshouse from 1828 – 1965. Today it is the centerpiece of our historic area, which also includes a reconstructed Carpenter’s Shop and Lord Mayor’s Tenement with kitchen garden, ropewalk, and an 18th century tobacco barn.

Plan Your Visit | Events  | Gardens & Map

Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens
Historic London Town & Gardens

Maryland sure does have some wonderful public gardens and we hope you get a change to visit them all! And after you do, come by and tell us all about your visit.

And if you’re looking for more inspiration, check out what Virginia and the District has to offer…

Happy gardening!

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