There are the finalist entries for the 2016 Photo Contest. The topic is "Spring Awakening at Willowwood"...glimpses of how the flora and fauna greet early Spring at Willowwood. Photos were taken at Willowwood from end February, 2016 through April, 2016 and the deadline for submission was May 5, 2016. Congratulations to 1st Place Winner, Donna Formica, 2nd Place winner, Wendy Kaplowitz and tied for Third Place: Michelle Francomacaro and Clarke Warren.
Permits are required for wedding or professional photography shoots at Willowwood. Please contact the MCPC Reservation Department at 973-326-7631 to obtain a permit.
The Willowwood Foundation is proud to share albums of our photos with you. Click on an album name below to go to its page where you can then browse all the pictures.
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Enjoy these great photographs from our 2015 Photo Contest Finalists. Winner is Picture #6 by Barbara Storms. Tied for 2nd place is photo #3 & #4 by Dave Mojica. 4th Place is photo #2 by Navjot Singh.
The 2015 Tubbs Lecture focused on Japanese Flowering Cherries, first brought to the US in 1912. The Willowwood's collection was one of the highlights of both the talk and the guided tour.
The Photo Contest this year focused on Willowwood's large cherry collection. Here are the beautiful finalist entries. Voting for a "favorite" took place at the Mother's Day event and at the Lilac Party. Winners are noted on the individual images and each picture is identified with the photographer's name.
The 2013 Photo Contest featured Willowwood's Magnolia Collection. Winners are: 1st Place, Elise Ange, 2nd: Navjot Singh, 3rd: Peggy Wagemann and 4th - David Mills. Elise's winning photo is shown here.
This year marked the Willowwood Foundation's 18th Annual Lilac Party. Food, drink and fashionable wellies helped all celebrate this wonderful Spring day. Photos by Susan Pedersen.
Blue skies and puffy clouds greeted the Mother's Day visitors at Willowwood Arboretum's annual celebration.
Volunteers are an important part of keeping our splendid gardens looking their best. Enjoy the gardening, join in with a fun group of people -- become a volunteer at Willowwood today.
Willowwood is beautiful in all seasons. We will be featuring views of the landscape starting with this album, Spring at Willowwood.
Pictures from the dedication of the Ted Stiles Observation Platform, September 16, 2012.
Willowwood's Magnolia Collection is quite diverse, including at least 128 varieties. We are especially delighted with our new yellow magnolias! Updated with New Spring 2013 photos!
The Willowwood Foundation is proud to announce the finalists in the Spring, 2012 Daffodil Photo Contest. Congratulations to: 1st Place - Ashton Temples 2nd Place - Michael Hartnett 3rd Place - two entries tied, both by Gene Moretti
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See the "Hidden World of Willowwood" in the latest Black River Journal (BRJ) by clicking the image above.
Willowwood is not new to the BRJ -- here is an article from 2008 commemorating Willowwood's Centennial.