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And the sculptures of demure maidens will remain among the lilacs that bloom inside the walls of the hay barn, which burned down in Trumpet vine now covers those walls. And invasive plants and deer have stripped the woods and meadows, like so many other landscapes on the East Coast, which is why it is now ripe for restoration.
A few years ago, working with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Duke Farms brought in sharpshooters to reduce the deer herd. Now wire fencing keeps them out of the landscape, and Mr.
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Handel and his research team are monitoring it closely. Endangered birds are now returning to fields no longer mowed before fledglings have left the nest, and wetlands, once drained for agriculture, will be restored.
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Orchid lovers would learn how to propagate orchids in a refurbished greenhouse with high environmental standards. The old horse barn would double as a visitor center and staff headquarters; meetings and classes would be held in the coach barn. Gardeners could learn how to grow native plants, and families could grow vegetables, herbs and fruits in one of organic community gardens.
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But in recent months visitors have been able to bike on weekends, with a guide. When the new program begins, sometime in , those trails will be open daily, without a guide, Mr. Taylor said, to anyone who makes a reservation.
The Gardens, One Last Time. IF you visit Duke Farms before the indoor gardens are closed to the public on May 25, enjoy the rhythm of the self-guided walk through this sequence of 11 gardens, each opening into the next, inside a series of connecting greenhouses built from to They offer more insight into the s and s and the personality of Doris Duke than they do into the essence of an Italian or a Japanese garden. Together, these selections highlight the networks of connections, intersections, and interruptions that animate a vital and contested geographical space.
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