Irvine’s beautiful Woodland Garden is a gorgeous, quiet respite all year round. But it’s most amazing in the spring when in full bloom.
More than a hundred species of shade-loving native trees, shrubs, wildflowers, ferns and grasses have been planted here, and they are protected from an ever-growing deer population by a surrounding fence. The strong latticed gate at the entrance welcomes visitors into a stunning garden full of Maryland’s native plants. This beautiful spot is possible thanks to the St. George’s Garden Club and Irvine volunteers Ann Benz and Joan Hoblitzell.
To take a stroll through the garden, take the lower trail that begins at the far left of the Outdoor Classroom. You’ll see the gates on your right.