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Mullestein Winter Garden

Plantations’ newest garden, this one-acre site contains over 700 plants chosen for their interesting bark texture, bark color, unusual growth habits, winter fruit, cones, or evergreen foliage. These qualities provide color and interest during Ithaca’s long winters, making the winter garden a year-round destination for visitors. Plants found in the garden include shrubby dogwoods, willows, birches, hawthorns, and small conifers in different shades of blue, silver, green, and gold, which provide an attractive backdrop for the bright fruit and bark colors.





Click here to view a plant list for this garden. (pdf file, 19 pages)

Location: 
Botanical Garden
Best Season: 

December-March