Mary Livingston Ripley Garden

May 25, 1988 – Permanent

Smithsonian Gardens
Smithsonian museums
Washington, DC

Outdoors, between Arts & Industries Building & Hirshhorn Museum

The Mary Livingston Ripley Garden, named for its donor, comprises more than 200 varieties of plants in hanging baskets, borders, and raised serpentine beds flanking an unusual curvilinear walkway designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen. Plantings are augmented seasonally with annuals and exotics.

Related publication: A Guide to Smithsonian Gardens