April 25th, 2017211 views
This April 29th, DC’s Tudor Place Historic House & Garden is hosting its annual Earth Day Plant Sale and Picnic. For just one day, the grounds of this historic estate will be open for public picnicking in recognition of the city’s conservation efforts.
Pack your lunch and bring a blanket so you can stretch out and relax under the beautiful shade trees that surround this nineteenth century home. You’ll also be welcome to explore the estate’s unique garden rooms, groves, and open lawns. Of course, the main event that runs all day long is the plant sale, which features plenty of heirloom varieties, in addition to all the regular annuals and perennials you’d find at any nursery. The day will also feature educational and cultural programming, like a terrarium demonstration, arts exhibits, and light refreshments.
Admission is free, though it is recommended that you register early to secure your place. Visit the website for more details.