It has been said the most delightful aspect of a garden is the anticipation it brings. While it may be too early in April to stroll through Wilton’s town gardens to get a good colorful view just yet, that is sure to change in just another month or two.
According to Suzanne Knutson, president of the Wilton Garden Club and the designer of seven of the town’s most prominent gardens, “Most of the gardens include a variety of drought-tolerant grasses for structure and drama. As the summer progresses, the grasses get bigger and better, as do the annuals and seeds that the garden club plants. As a result, the gardens really hit their peak bloom sometime in August. But they’re designed to look great in the months leading up to August, too.”