Innisfree: An American Garden

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Innisfree: An American Garden

Join landscape curator, Kate Kerin for a virtual tour of Innisfree Garden and a story that reads like the Great American Novel, including love, loss, and ingenuity overcoming adversity. Explore the timeless design ideas and timely landscape management techniques at Innisfree that can be adopted by gardeners and designers anywhere.

This program is a collaboration between The Field Library of Peekskill and the Warner Library of Tarrytown. Hosted on Zoom; free and open to all. Register here:

Innisfree Garden in Millbrook, New York, is an iconic mid-twentieth century landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places for exceptional national significance. Encompassing 185-acres of designed and natural landscapes around a serene glacial lake, the garden's remarkable choreography invites exploration and contemplation, making each visit unique. It is an oasis of living experiential art that encourages visitors to connect deeply with essential qualities of nature and fundamental cultural ideas of peace, awareness, and beauty. To learn more, visit

Kate Kerin has served as landscape curator at Innisfree since 2013 and wrote the award-winning National Register listing for this site.


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