The Adams Garden at the College
of William and Mary

Gallery I

The Adams Garden on the campus of the College of William and Mary in Virginia is a popular spot for ardent fans who plan regular visits to Williamsburg throughout the year to enjoy what is in bloom. Retired master gardener Madelynn W. Watkinson turned this garden into a veritable masterpiece of blooms that are at once diverse, unusual, unexpected and perenially beautiful.

Blue Morning Glory Impomoea violacea


Gooseneck Loosestrife Lysimachia clethroides


Russian Sage Perovskia atriplicifolia


Spiderwort Tradescantia ohiensis


Purple Petunia Petunia sp.


Princess-Flower Tibouchina urvilleana


Bull Thistle Cirsium arvense


Flamingo Flower Anthurium andreanum


Oriental Lily Lilium sp.


Tithonia Tithonia rotundiflora (bud)


Yellow Colombine Aquilegia chrysantha


Lantana Lantana camara


Yellow Snap Dragon Antirrhinum majus



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