Azaleas bloom around the boat basin under an azure sky. This photo was taken on a spring day in the late 1990s, between the completion of Baker Hall and the beginning of construction on the Education Building.
The Lone Pine Garden from NATO Hill. This canal side garden featured tulips in the spring and annuals during the summer. It was named for the single pine growing in one of the beds. Most of this area is now covered with the Matson Perennial Garden. Photo taken in 1990s.
This pond adjacent to the Renaissance Garden/Coronation Court area of the garden was named in honor of the friendship between the nations of the NATO Alliance. One of the old tour trains can be seen in the background. Photo taken in the 1990s.
One of the statues created by Sir Moses Ezekiel that lines the garden's Statuary Vista. Thomas Crawford is the only American featured in the collection, and is best known for the Statue of Freedom on top of the Capitol Dome in Washington, DC. Photo taken on October 27, 2013.