Gardens – Warinanco Park
Every April, The Henry S. Chatfield Memorial Garden in Warinanco Park springs to life through 14,200 tulips imported from Holland.
Each of the bulbs is carefully placed in staggered rows that make up the circular garden’s 21 beds. The display should be in bloom the last two weeks of April into early May.
The Azalea Garden, located just north of the Warinanco Park Administration Building, begins to bloom in early April and continues through early June. Hundreds of plants in dozens of manicured beds display deep reds, whites and pinks as well as lilac and orange colors.
As spring fades into summer, the garden is transformed from tulips to annual flowers. Over 9,300 annual flowers are planted in early June.
They range from Marigolds and Zinnias to Ageratum and Celosia, with vibrant reds, blues and yellows attracting patrons from near and far.