Garden Gallery


Flying Trillium Gardens and Preserve includes over 300 trees and shrubs native to the northeast, including unusual cultivated varieties, hybrids and over 75 dwarf selections of our native conifers. Since 2000, a complete collection of trees native to the greater Catskills region is being assembled. Tour the demonstration gardens to see how to integrate plants into your landscape. Check out the Garden Gallery for more photos!

Azalea Collection
Water Gardens
Forest Garden
Antique Apples
Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
Dwarf Conifer Display Gardens
Designed Meadows
Berries for Birds
Butterfly Borders



The nature preserve is over 300 acres with natural forest, meadow and aquatic plant communities, including a rare kettle hole bog. Almost a third of the trees native to New York occur here naturally. The preserve showcases indigenous plants in their native environment. Mimicking the same conditions in your landscape will ensure healthier plant communities in your garden. Check out the Garden Gallery for more photos!

Farm, Forest & Lake
Kettle Hole Bog
Hemlock Ravine
Blueberry Barrens
Ephemeral Ponds
Natural Meadows
Northern Hardwoods
Successional Shrubland



More information to come.

Caterpillars and Their Butterflies
Resident Reptiles & Amphibians

Open Garden Days

June 5, 6, 12, 13