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Fresh from the garden!

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Stop by Isaac's Cafe for a fresh picked salad. We harvested our first fruits and veggies this morning from our new Edible Garden! … [Read more]

Something is “Fruiting” Under the Pines

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In residence for two months in the fall of 2013 and two months this spring, Mei Ling Hom and David McCelland worked with members of the horticulture department to develop techniques in order to sterilize straw and the artists spent many hours building coiled straw forms that are exquisitely hand built and sewn together. Adjacent to the Edible … [Read more]

Spring Plant Sale this Saturday!

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Bernheim’s annual Spring Plant Sale takes place Saturday, May 17 as part of BloomFest, our annual celebration of spring! Our plant sale features Bernheim Select ™, a distinctive variety of plants propagated from Bernheim’s own collections, along with a varied selection of other unique trees, shrubs, grasses and perennial herbaceous … [Read more]

You’re Invited — Edible Garden Grand Opening

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Edible Garden. We can’t wait for you to experience this four-acre site just across from our Visitors Center. The Edible Garden will help us connect people with nature via the country’s most popular pastime– Gardening. The ribbon cutting and grand opening is being held in conjunction with BloomFest, Bernheim’s annual celebration of … [Read more]

Visit the Latest Sculpture by Artist in Residence Sévryna Lupien

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Quebec artist, Sévryna Lupien has recently installed The Atomic Apartment on the outside of the Visitor Center windows with some installation assistance from Bernheim’s diligent operations and horticulture staff. This mid-century modern style cloud form is constructed of various widths and lengths of PVC piping. Beyond its aesthetic appeal, it … [Read more]

Spring Volunteer Opportunities at Bernheim

You already know Bernheim is a beautiful place to connect with nature, but did you know that you can help preserve our landscape for future generations while soaking up the sun and playing in the dirt? Volunteers are a vital part of helping us to fulfill our mission of connecting people with nature. As the weather gets warmer, we will need even … [Read more]