Truly say goodbye to bare trees and brown grass as springtime blooms at Longwood Gardens.
It’s no secret that a rainbow of colors erupts at Longwood Gardens every spring, and it’s really a sight for sore eyes.
Through Sunday, May 19, check out tulips, lilacs, peonies, dogwoods and much, much more both indoors and outdoors during the Spring Blooms event at the Kennett Square destination.
Walk through the Flower Garden Walk display of more than 100,000 bulbs that bloom in a rainbow of colors.
Longwood Gardens also has a pretty awesome concert lineup for the spring (and summer).
On Friday, May 3, enjoy a show by two renowned organists, Jeremy Filsell and Peter Richard Conte and on Sunday, May 5, listen to the talented students of the Curtis Institute of Music at the Curtis Student Recital.
Also, as spring turns to summer, big names like Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will be gracing the Longwood Gardens stage.
Spring Blooms at Longwood Gardens
When: Through May 19
Where: Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square
Cost: Included in general admission
More info: www.longwoodgardens.org