Top Late-Season Flowers
Dr. Leonard Perry, Horticulturist in Residence A question I have often received over the years is “what can I plant for late season color?” The problem, I realized, is that […]
Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Corn Maze Adventure Opens August 12 with a New 2017 Design!
What activity combines solving puzzles and testing your knowledge of history with fresh air, sunshine, and over two miles of winding trails? Fort Ticonderoga’s Heroic Maze: A Corm Maze Adventure! […]
Let Slip the Dogs of War: Carillon’s Canines
In 2016, Fort Ticonderoga invited guests to bring their leashed dogs onto our campus to enjoy the remarkable scenic beauty and historic significance of the grounds. In recent years, more […]
North Country History Day is More than “a Day”
By Director of Education, Rich Strum. Earlier this month, 59 students from across northern New York participated in North Country History Day held here at Fort Ticonderoga. Students placing first […]
Calling all GROUPS!
It’s time to turn the page and experience all that 2017 has to offer. Whether you are planning a school field trip, a group outing, a youth overnight experience, or […]
Fort Ticonderoga Receives Grant from International Paper for Shoreline Buffer Garden
The Ticonderoga International Paper Foundation has recently awarded Fort Ticonderoga a grant supporting a shoreline buffer garden designed to educate visitors on how native plants prevent erosion, provide a buffer […]
Fort Ticonderoga Presents Sixth Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium
The King’s Garden at Fort Ticonderoga presents the Sixth Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium on Saturday, April 8th in the Mars Education Center. Geared for both beginning and experienced gardeners, […]
17 things we are looking forward to in 2017!
2016 was so last month! It’s time to turn the page and experience all that 2017 has to offer. Whether you are making summer plans to visit the Lake George/Adirondack […]
Chipmunks in the Garden
By Dr. Leonard Perry, Horticulturalist in Residence If you’re like me, or the gardener’s in the King’s Garden, you’ve experienced a banner year for chipmunks in the garden. I’ve been […]
Fall Rose Care
By Dr. Leonard Perry, Horticulturalist in Residence Do you have some roses that you would like to have survive the upcoming winter, if at all possible, and particularly if new […]