Hortulus, a 100-acre farmstead and nursery in the hills of historic Bucks County, Pa., has been called one of Pennsylvania's secret treasures. Created and owned by garden designer Renny Reynolds and garden writer Jack Staub, Hortulus is considered a connoisseurs nursery because of the unusual varieties it offers for sale, many of which can be seen in the 20 formal gardens. Whats blooming: Spring in the best time to visit, when the property is ablaze with 200,000 daffodils, narcissus, bluebells, native dogwoods and white azaleas.
Hortulus Farm, Baltimore Sun
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