On May 7, twenty-two members of The Garden Club of Woodbridge had a curator tour of the Hollister House Garden in Washington, CT. This property is on the National Register of Historic Places. Hollister House Garden resembles famous English gardens with a formal structure, but informal style of planting. There is an 18th century farmhouse on the property, and the garden incorporates antique or handmade materials wherever possible. Eight-to-ten-foot walls, hedges, a brook and pond add to the beauty of this lush landscape. Club members are pictured in front of the farmhouse and the extensive array of cherry, apple, magnolia and dogwood trees.