A long reflecting pool is a highlight of the garden at Sword Gate in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Intricate hedges and manicured topiaries offer rich texture and symmetry at the Clapboard Ridge Garden in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Photograph courtesy of Curtice Taylor

Dappled sunlight falls on tropical plants in the garden of Alejandro Gonzales and Jim Smeal in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photograph courtesy of Jim Smeal

A Lutyens-style bench against a backdrop of pink and purple blooms creates a picture-perfect sitting area at the Isaac Motte Dart-Wortham House Garden in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Steps wind through exquisite landscaping in the Edeiken Goldfinger Garden in New Rochelle, New York.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Emerald greenery creates a look of mystery in the John P. Humes Japanese Stroll Garden in Mill Neck, New York, one of the Garden Conservancy’s Project Gardens. Visit their website to learn more.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

A patio with lush container plants and glass-topped tables creates a serene sitting area at the McGee Garden in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Behind the high walls of the Titus Garden in Raleigh, North Carolina, lies a reflecting pool surrounded by vines, ferns, and flowers.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Order and exuberance are paired in this hillside garden in Oakland, California.

Photograph courtesy of Catherine Burns

A raised deck sits above the vibrant Johnson/Hornsby Garden in Charleston, South Carolina. An umbrella suspended over a pair of wicker chairs offers a shady spot to relax on a hot day.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Plants that thrive in arid regions make a striking patchwork appearance in Leslie Marshall and Herb Hethcote’s garden on Bainbridge Island, Washington.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Colorful wildflowers and prairie grasses create a natural landscape at the Chase Garden in Orting, Washington.

Photograph courtesy of Yvonne Meziere

Verdant pathways and weathered wooden benches lend charming character in the garden of Gordon and Mary Hayward in Westminster West, Vermont.

Photograph courtesy of Gordon Hayward

Reminiscent of the Gardens at Versailles, classic landscaping and beautifully manicured topiaries star in the garden of Cynthia & Charles Bonnes in Andes, New York.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Classic columns and young trees create a lovely scene in the Greenwood Gardens in Short Hills, New Jersey.

Photograph courtesy of Ken Druse

The Gaillard-Bennett House Garden in Charleston, South Carolina shows off its striking bone structure.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Red benches serve as punctuation at the end of this axis at the Hollister House Garden in Washington, Connecticut.

Photograph courtesy of George Schoellkopf.

A bird’s eye view of Mrs. Whaley’s storybook garden in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

An intriguing gate beckons visitors to enter the St. Louis, Missouri, garden of Holland and James Brigham.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Large containers are set along the curving paths of Mara Seibert’s garden in Short Hills, New Jersey.

Photograph courtesy of Jack McDonough

A patio in the garden of Jay and Nanie Flaherty in Philadelphia invites relaxation.

Photograph courtesy of the Garden Conservancy

Lilies perfume the garden of Maria Nation and Roberto Flores at the Good Dogs Farm in Sheffield, Massachusetts.

Photograph courtesy of Maria Nation

Trees stand sentinel in this garden with a painter’s palette in Winnetka, Illinois.

Photograph courtesy of Linda Oyama Bryan.

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The Garden Conservancy Open Days Season 2013

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Intricate hedges and manicured topiaries offer rich texture and symmetry at the Clapboard Ridge Garden in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Photograph courtesy of Curtice Taylor