Join owner Anne Pomykala for a personal tour of Gramercy’s landscaped gardens followed by a picnic lunch on Tuesdays at 11 a.m. ($15 per person).
With vibrant color from April through November, the blooms are constantly changing throughout the spring, summer and fall. Anne delights visitors with her insights, gardening tips and extensive knowledge of local flora.
Tuesdays with Anne
April 15, 22
May 6, 13, 20, 27
Jun 3, 10, 17, 24
Check back for additional dates through October!
$15 per person including lunch!
Call 410-486-2405 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by the Monday before to reserve.
A path behind the Mansion winds from a shade garden complete with marble gazebo to a large oval wedding garden. A heart-shaped garden showcases colorful tulips in early spring. An Edwardian-inspired front garden separates the Mansion and Carriage House. Over-layered early and late blooming perennials and annuals add depth to borders boasting a continuous wave of color from February’s first snow drops through November. Whimsical statues, benches, sculptures, sun dials and fountains add to the abounding charm of the property’s gardens. On a beautiful day, or even a drizzly spring morning, you’ll find Anne tending her gardens. The Pomykalas purchased the 45-acre estate in 1985 but with much restoration work required in the Mansion itself, the endeavor of creating gardens and landscape to compliment the historic home was not truly underway until ten years later. While much of the property is wooded and seven acres are dedicated to organic farming, about three acres surround the Mansion, Carriage House and cottages with landscaped gardens sprung from Anne’s creativity and passion for nature’s beauty.
Hundreds of couples have celebrated weddings in Gramercy’s gardens and countless B&B guests wander the meandering paths, spying hummingbirds over their morning coffee. Anne couldn’t be more delighted to share her gardens and she invites you to join her on Tuesday mornings.