Thursday, March 4, 2010

"Gardens of Pennsylvania" Retreat

Enjoy a relaxing garden vacation March 20th and learn about 3 great East Coast Gardens. The Village Green Resort offers “The Gardens of Pennsylvania” Retreat where it explores Longwood Gardens, Chanticleer and Morris Arboretum in a presentation by Cindee Eichengreen. We offer you your room, Dinner for 2 with a Bottle of House Wine, Full Buffet Breakfast and a guided tour of the Village Green Gardens.
This retreat price is for 2 people (bring a friend or spouse) and costs just $89 for a standard room or $109 for a Deluxe Garden room.
For Reservations, call 1-800-343-7666
The Village Green is a Garden Resort locatedd in Cottage Grove, Oregon, just 20 miles south of Eugene. To view our website, click here.

The Fern House at Morris Arboretum

The Ruin at Chanticleer

Chanticleer Pool House

Longwood Conservatory

The Famous Longwood Fountains


FlowerLady said...

That looks like a wonderful tour. The first day of spring and also my 61st bday are on that day.

Have fun and do take pictures.


The Garden Ms. S said...

The gardens look so beautiful. I love the top photo - reminds me of an "updo" of hair. :)

Anonymous said...

Dear Cindee, This is clearly going to be a very pleasant and interesting weekend. The gardens to be visited look lovely and I do hope that you will have a busy and happy weekend later in the month.

Stone Art said...

This place looks lovely.

Kyna said...

Wow, that looks like a beautiful place :D

Roses and Lilacs said...

What an interesting tour that would be and the resort is very reasonably priced too.

grandgardener said...

OMG! I love the "playhouse". I would love to go there March 20th! Where is this "room" you speak of? Are you personally putting people up?

Great pot- as always!

Moonstone Gardens said...

Grandgardener - Hi, the room and dinner are at our garden resort in Cottage Grove, Oregon, The Village Green. The pictures above are of the gardens in Pennsylvania that we'll be seeing in the slide presentation. Although our gardens are not as grand as theirs, we do have 14 acres of themed gardens that are quite delicious. Sorry if the blog was confusing. We're not actually going to Pennsylvania.