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Cosby Courtyard

Kohlberg Hall provides a dramatic backdrop for this garden which features many plants with gold or purple foliage. Trees, shrubs, perennials, and bulbs fill this courtyard garden with blooms every month of the year. Larg... more→

The Dean Bond Rose Garden

This garden was established to memorialize Elizabeth Powell Bond, the Dean of Women at Swarthmore College from 1890 to 1906, and her love of roses. The garden was made possible through a bequest of Robert Pyle, Class o... more→

Flowering Cherries

The cherry collection was created in 1931, a gift of Mrs. Allen K. White, Class of 1894, in honor of Carolien Powers, Class of 1922. Two trees of 34 different varieties were planted in a semi-circle from the Meetinghouse... more→

Harry Wood Courtyard Garden

This garden was named in honor of Harry Wood, former superintendent of grounds at Swarthmore College. The rocks found throughout the garden were personally selected by Harry from the Pocono Mountains and transported to t... more→

Hydrangeas

The hydrangea collection is located along Whittier Place, across from Papazian Hall. It is a site culturally suited for this group of plants with fertile well-drained soil and dappled shade. All of the major hydrangea gr... more→

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