Self-Guided Tour Information:

For Self-Guided Tour Information, Email Karen: karen@sycamorehillgardens.com

Friday, June 4, 2021 at Sycamore Hill Gardens

Mother’s Day 2022 Ticket Sales Are Closed as of Thursday morning May 5th

Due to popular demand, Baltimore Woods Nature center have sold out of tickets for this Sunday’s Mother’s Day Garden Tour event at Sycamore Hill Gardens. As of Thursday morning, online and off-site ticket sales are no longer available and we will unfortunately not be able to provide day-of tickets this year.

We are sorry that not everyone will be able to attend, but we are so grateful for the outpouring of support that Baltimore Woods Nature Center has received for our most important annual fundraiser.

Baltimore Woods Nature Center Comments have been turned off due to some posts selling fraudulent tickets. If you have questions about the event or ticketing, please call our office at (315) 673-1350 between 9:00am and 4:00pm. 

Mother’s Day Garden Tour 2022

Yes, we will be hosting Baltimore Woods Nature Center’s annual Mother’s Day Garden Tour! Visit their website at: https://baltimorewoods.org/mothers-day-garden-tour-at…/ for information on tickets, etc. Looking forward to another wonderful event full of smiles and, hopefully, sunshine. We know there will be flowers!

A new addition to the gardens, great photos, one side blue, the other white both with great views!

Photo taken 2021 at Sycamore Hill Gardens. By Mother’s Day 22 will be in full bloom!

Winter Gardening

In the dead of winter, when snow blankets the ground . . . and then more snow blankets that snow, because this is Upstate New York . . . even the mysterious Head Gardener can only garden for a few hours a day.

Yes, eventually, even he is driven to seek shelter from the elements. When this happens, you may wonder, what does the Head Gardener turn to? Why, smithing, of course.

During the winter months, the Head Gardener smiths. Generally, he makes between five and ten of each of his creations before moving on to a new masterpiece. Over the upcoming weeks, we’ll be displaying some of his work here.

Daffodils on  Sycamore Branch