Flying Trillium Gardens and Preserve includes over 300 trees and shrubs native to the northeast, including unusual cultivated varieties, hybrids and over 75 dwarf conifers. Since 2000, a complete collection of trees native to the greater Catskills region is being assembled.
Types of Gardens/Collections
- Antique Apple Orchard *
- Azalea Collection
- Berries for Birds
- Butterfly Borders
- Caterpillars and Their Butterflies
- Designed Meadows
- Forest Garden
- Heirloom Vegetable Garden *
- Native Dwarf Conifer Display Garden
- Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
Including over 100 hybrids and cultivated varieties of trees and shrubs
- Water Gardens
* Denotes these gardens are not native collections
Flying Trillium Gardens and Preserve includes more than 300 acres in the southern Catskills, New York - mostly Zone 5 - replete with natural forests, meadows and aquatic plant communities, including a rare kettle hole bog. Almost a third of the trees native to New York occur here naturally.