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The public is welcomed to join us at the Woodstock Club on Friday April 22nd between 11am-3pm to view our flower show. The Indianapolis Garden Club’s flower show is an opportunity to display standards of horticultural excellence, floral design, conservation, photography and so much more.  Address: 1301 West 38th Street,

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The Presidential Site grounds feature an array of flower beds for visitors to enjoy. Our historic gardens are beautifully restored and masterfully cared for by nine volunteer gardeners (most of whom are Master Gardeners) who manicure and beautify the presidential estate on a weekly basis throughout the spring, summer and fall. They hail from local gardening associations, including: Garfield Park Master Gardeners, Arbutus Garden Club, Irvington Garden Club, Indianapolis Garden Club, Broad Ripple Garden Club, Hillcrest Garden Club, and Northside Master Gardeners.

Our gardens provide a visual oasis for visitors and passers-by. The Freedom Garden is a completely transformed area featuring small trees, shrubs and perennials along brick walkway to our expanded restroom facility. The Presidential Lilac Garden boasts lilac plants that were cultivated in the late 1800s, when Benjamin Harrison was U.S. President.

Visitors love to stroll the grounds while awaiting their museum tour, especially in the warmer months when the gardens are in full bloom. We encourage you to do the same! A map of the gardens will guide you through the following garden areas: Elizabeth Harrison Rose Garden, “Shades” of the Past Hosta Garden, Freedom Garden, Day Lilies on Delaware Garden, Victorian Vintage Garden, Caroline Scott Harrison Herb Garden, Arbutus Garden, Centennial Perennial Garden, Hoosier Harvest Vegetable Garden, Presidential Lilac Garden.

The Majestic Harrison Oak

The Harrison Oak – sometimes called the “General Harrison” – has been designated as a historic tree by the America the Beautiful Fund.  It was also designated as the Millennium Landmark Tree in Indiana. Vine & Branch, Inc. has carefully trimmed and maintained the Harrison Oak tree for many years so it can continue to welcome guests to the beautiful Presidential Site.

Elizabeth Harrison Rose Garden

The Elizabeth Harrison Rose Garden located on the north side of the home offers brick pathways to walk through the period rose collection.

Freedom Gardens

The Freedom Garden is located on the northwest edge of the property and is anchored by serviceberry trees, boxwood shrubs and knockout roses.

Victorian Vintage Garden

A new grape arbor was constructed to support the original Concord Grapes that were planted on the property by the Harrison family when they resided here.

Caroline Harrison Herb Garden

The herb garden contains a variety of herbs identified by labels that tell the use of herbs in the Victorian Era.

Arbutus Garden

This garden plot, established and cared for by members of the Arbutus Garden Club, is especially beautiful in the spring with a show of tulips and Carlesii Viburnum.

Hoosier Harvest Vegetable Garden

Growing in the vegetable garden each season are vegetables that are picked from the garden and put on the table. In Harrison’s time, the garden would have been much larger and the produce preserved by canning.

Presidential Lilac Garden

This garden can be found on the southern-most border of the property, approximately 150 feet from the house, and features plants of pink, lavender, burgundy, blue and rose colors.

Grefsheim Spirea

These wonderful plants, appreciated by garden enthusiasts all over, cheerfully greet you at the front of the house. Upon closer inspection, the true beauty of the Grefsheim Spirea is revealed in breathtaking white flowers with bright white petals.

Historic Peony Project

We are proud to serve as a satellite location for a University of Michigan historic peony project.  Our gardeners have capably led this project of harvesting heritage (1800s) peony rhizomes for further beautification and authenticity of our Site gardens.

Tall hollyhocks stand stately on the property. This biennial plant flowers from mid-summer to late autumn.

Vintage Peonies

Vintage peonies form a lovely background to a limestone sculpture that was commissioned and won grand prize at the 1893 Columbian Exposition.

Herb Garden

A lonely foxglove stands erect in the herb garden. Digitalis provided by this plant acts as a cardiac tonic.

This planting of pale blue iris serves to connect the home with other gardens.

A colorful thank you to the following community members, gardeners, gardening groups and foundations for supporting gardening initiatives at the Site.

  • Arbutus Garden Club
  • Broad Ripple Garden Club
  • Dataflow Systems
  • Helen Dickinson
  • Rosalie Fletcher
  • Garfield Park Master Gardeners
  • Janice Hannon
  • Ken and Georgia Hottell
  • Indianapolis Garden Club
  • Jamia Jacobsen
  • Marion County Master Gardener Association
  • Janice Michael*
  • Dick and Elizabeth Miller
  • Nancy Morse
  • The Principal Financial Group, in conjunction with National Garden Clubs, Inc.
  • Merle Ritter
  • Elizabeth and David Stevens
  • Steve Thomas
  • Vine & Branch, Inc.
  • Estate of Anne K. Williams
  • John W. Wynne Family Foundation

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ATTENTION VISITORS

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site will be closed on Sunday, April 27 for a special event. We hope you are able to join us another day!

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Neighborhood home and garden tours in Indianapolis, IN

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Irvington is the city’s largest historic district.

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If you’ve ever wanted to take a look inside some of the beautiful houses on your block ( without being arrested ), you might be interested in embarking on one of Indy’s many home + garden tours .

How do they work?

No, you don’t just let yourself in. Typically, you’ll purchase your tickets in advance online or at one of the tour stops. Proceeds from the tours tend to go back into the community in some way, whether it’s to preserve the Benton House in Irvington or to support efforts to activate + revitalize the area . From there, you’ll usually be free to roam in and out of the participating homes , which should be marked .

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You can find this home at 5706 E. Michigan St.

In the coming weeks

Now that you’ve got the 411 , here are a few tours to get you started:

The 49th Annual Irvington Tour of Homes | Sun., Sept. 18 | 12-5 p.m. | $15+ | This six-stop tour is the biggest fundraiser for the Historic Benton House.

49th Meridian-Kessler Home Tour | Sat., Oct. 8- Sun., Oct. 9 | 7-10 p.m. | $25+ | This home tour was founded in 1973 + kicks off with a party.

In the distant future

If you’re a planner like us , here are a few other places that offer annual tours (subject to change):

Midtown Holiday Home Tour | Sometime in November | Time + price TBD | You’ll have the chance to peek into three homes decorated for the winter holidays by local designers.

Cottage Home Neighborhood | Sometime in May | Time + price TBD | Get an inside look at up to 15 different homes + gardens, plus artists painting the houses in real time.

Woodruff Place | Sometime in June | Time + price TBD | Last year, it hosted seven homes + three gardens, as well as porch parties, live music, and a vintage fashion show.

Indianapolis Garden Club Garden Walk | Wed., June 7, 2023 | 9 a.m.-3 p.m. | See five lovely gardens around the Indy area — rain or shine.

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Indianapolis Hosta Society

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To educate, inform, and inspire gardeners of all levels about growing and gardening with the genus  Hosta.

Private garden tours open to the public June 8

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Saturday, June 8 Garden Tours – 9:00 am – 4:30 pm.

On Saturday, June 8, from 10 am to 4:30 pm, there are seven different IHS members’ gardens open to tour. Gardens will also feature different vendors where you may find special Hosta and unique garden items. Members will be in the gardens to answer questions and to scan tickets.

Tickets are available up until the day of the tour through our Eventbrite portal . You may also scan the QR code at the right. Garden details and addresses with maps to the gardens will be supplied to ticket holders about a week before the event. Tickets will be required for everyone touring the gardens. You won’t want to miss this fun-filled day! We look forward to seeing you in June!   There are plenty of great dining options located near each garden. Please be aware that no restroom facilities will be available at the gardens. 

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Welcome to the Indianapolis Hosta Society website!  

What an exciting time it is for the IHS!  

After several years at Holliday Park in Indianapolis, the society partnered with Coxhall Gardens in Hamilton County in 2023, and the majority of our programs, meetings, and events are now held at the Mansion at Coxhall Gardens.

Adjacent to the mansion, work has begun to realize our long-time goal of establishing a public garden to further our mission to educate, inform, and inspire gardeners about the genus Hosta.  While there is still a bit of work to be done, great progress of the IHS Display Garden has been made.  This beautiful oasis promises to inform and impress the public for many years to come.

Yearly activities of the society include presentations by local, regional, and national speakers on a variety of garden-related topics, garden tours – both local and regional, and many other fun-filled social events. 

Check this website for information about membership in the IHS.  Grab a friend and join us.  After all, the Hosta is known as “the friendship plant!” 

On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, thank you for visiting our website, and we hope to see you soon!

Happy Gardening, Lana Gersich President

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The Garden Tour

Stroll through The Garden at Newfields with an expert. Take in the beauty and bounty of spring in Indiana while hearing stories about the history of the Oldfields estate. This leisurely guided walking tour is the most popular tour at Newfields, where you’ll learn about everything from the original architecture and landscape design of the estate, to current plantings and future projects headed to The Garden. This tour is a fair-weather tour.  

Meet at The Garden Entrance Pergola by the sign that says “Garden Tours Start Here” 

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Jun 30, 2024, 1:00 PM – Jul 30, 2024, 5:00 PM

Indianapolis, Benton House, Indianapolis, IN 46219, USA

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When :     We are going to meet on  May 28   and June 18, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m .

RSVP to Group Leader :  Federica Abate

Daytime Movie group

  • Start 18 Mar 2020
  • End 12 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 26 sessions
  • Location Keystone Art Cinema, 8702 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis

Join our IWI Movie Group each month to enjoy a movie with other cinema buffs. We’ll be enjoying foreign films, independents, and a few main steam movies that look like fun. What: IWI movie group When: Second Wednesday of each month in the early afternoon - time depends on the movie selected. An email will be sent to those who are interested a week prior with the movie selection. Where: Landmark Keystone Arts at the Fashion Mall RSVP to Elisa Deer or Geertje Hill  RSVP is not required but it would be nice to know how many to expect.

Group Leaders: Elisa Deer, Geertje Hill

cooking Demonstration

  • Start 31 Mar 2020
  • End 06 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 17 sessions

French Language Improvement

  • Start 12 Jul 2021
  • End 17 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 66 sessions
  • Location Zoom

What:  This group is intended for members with some knowledge of the French language. Our leader Jeannine, assigns us reading material from a magazine or book, that we then read together and discuss at the meeting. Topics range from travel, history, current affairs, French culture, notable Francophone figures, cooking etc...Speaking French helps the participants improve their comprehension, grammar as well as spoken French. We meet on Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 1 pm. If you are interested in joining this group, please contact Jeannine Peerless or Tishina Subrahmanyam for more information. 

When:  Monday, May 13th at 1 PM

            Monday, May 27th- no meeting

Please note the different dates in June

            Monday, June 3rd at 1 PM   

             Monday, June 17th at 1 PM

Where:  On   Zoom

Group Leaders:  Jeannine Peerless,  [email protected] Tishina Subrahmanyam; 630 267 9444,  [email protected]

Euchre group

  • Start 26 Jul 2021
  • End 24 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 47 sessions
  • Location Please see description

Euchre is a fun card game. All players welcomed, even novice.  We have two groups: Daytime and Evening

Daytime Euchre Group 

When:  Monday, March 13th and Monday June 10th from 1-3:30 P.M. 

Where:  Carmel Public Library  425 E. Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032

We play at the tables in the main foyer on the ground level. All skill levels of players welcome. Please let us know if you are a beginner.

RSVP  Gloria Kellogg  

                                    Evening Euchre Group  

When:   Monday 20th (Due to last Monday is Memorial Day) and  Monday June 24th

Time:  6:45 P.M. 

Where:  TBD (We are in need of hostesses). Contact leader if you are able to host this extremely fun card game.   Beginners welcomed. Just let leader know if you are coming to learn.

RSVP:  Gloria Kellogg

Writing Group

  • Start 29 Jul 2021
  • End 27 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 32 sessions

This group offers an encouraging and supportive environment.  Members write and share in all genres. All skill levels are welcome

What : IWI Writing Group 

When: Thursday, May 23,  Noon to 1:30 p.m.

            Thursday, June 27, Noon to 1:30 p.m.

Where : SullivanMunce Cultural Center 

225 West Hawthorne Street, Zionsville, 46077

RSVP to Group Leader:   Rosaleen Crowle

Great Books Discussion

  • Start 17 Aug 2021
  • Schedule 35 sessions

This group meets to talk about books of contemporary interest. Our members bring widely different backgrounds and varied perspectives to the discussions, and we come away with a deepened understanding of the issues. Our discussions are always spirited and interesting. We usually meet on the third Tuesday of the month.

What: Discussion of “The ride of her life” by Elizabeth Lets

Jeanne will lead the discussion

When : Tuesday May 21, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.

Where : Jeanne Lugos’s home RSVP: Jeanne Lugo

What : Discussion of “Lessons in Chemistry” by Bonnue Garmus

Debbie Paulin will lead the discussion

When : Tuesday June 18, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.

Where : Jane Stevenson’s home RSVP: Jane Stevenson 

Group leaders: Sally Endo,  Debbie Paulin,

French Conversation

  • Start 07 Sep 2021
  • Schedule 31 sessions
  • Location see description

Please contact the group leader if you are interested. We would love to have you join us. No worries is your French is very "rusty".

What:  Practice Speaking French 

Focus is on French for basic social conversations and for traveling.

When:   First and third Monday of each month, from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. * You are welcome to arrive as early as 1:00 pm for additional conversation time.

Where:  Home of Kathleen Lattimer, 

Please contact the group leader if you are interested. We would love to have you join us.

Group Leader:  Kathleen Lattimer,  [email protected] , or      (317) 407-8289 

Garden Group

  • Start 10 Sep 2021
  • End 05 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 13 sessions
  • Location See description

Horticultural Horrors!

Come out for an evening adventure at the Indianapolis Repertory Theater to see Little Shop of Horrors, a hilarious horticultural horror musical.

Be warned it might make you give up gardening for good!

We plan to sit on the Main floor right in rows E and F. Ticket prices range from $64 to $81.  Due to the cost we ask that you book your ticket with IRT.

Please RSVP to Kate at: [email protected] who will let you know what seats our group have booked, so you can choose your seat accordingly.  We advise booking as soon as possible.

Online booking: https://www.irtlive.com/shows-and-events/events/little-shop-of-horrors/

What : Little Shop of Horrors

When : Tuesday 14 th May at 6:30 pm

Where : IRT, 140 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204

RSVP:   Kate Price 

Annual Garden Club Walk

Join the garden group for the Annual Garden Walk on June 5th.  Organized by the Indianapolis Garden Club, this tour visits 5 beautiful gardens in the Indianapolis area, billed as a Classically Charming, Gardener's delight, Stunning Sanctuary, Refreshing Historical Horizons.  This is a fun day out and an opportunity to see some beautiful private gardens.  We plan to meet at a central location at 10am, so we can carpool and travel around the gardens as a group, with an optional lunch afterwards.

Tickets can be purchased ahead of time at https://indianapolisgardenclub.org/annual-garden-walk/ and you will need to print these out to bring with you.

What : Indianapolis Garden Club Tour

When : Wednesday June 5th th at 10:00 am

Where : Locations yet to be announced

RSVP:   Kate Price

English Conversation

  • Start 14 Sep 2021
  • Schedule 48 sessions
When:  Monday, May 6th and May 20th and Monday June 3rd and June 17th from 10 A.M. - 12 P.M.  Where:  Carmel Public Library  425 E. Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032  in one of the meeting rooms on the 2nd floor Please let us know if you are attending. Please invite others and children welcomed. No child care available. This is a very social group with various topics of conversation with the second monthly meeting focusing on current events. Discussions are lively.  RSVP  Gloria Kellogg   [email protected]

Spanish Conversation

  • Start 24 Sep 2021
  • End 31 May 2024
  • Schedule 27 sessions
  • Location See Event Description

This group welcomes anyone who wishes to converse in Spanish. Every month, we choose a different theme for a lively discussion.  Since we do not speak English in this group, a fair degree of fluency in Spanish is desirable.

What:  Spanish Conversation

When:   Friday May 31 at 10:00 a.m.   We will not have a meeting in June.

Where:  To be announced by email a few days before each meeting 

RSVP to:  Sheila Ramirez

German Conversation

  • Start 05 Jan 2022
  • End 26 Jun 2024
  • Schedule 120 sessions

If you are a German speaker or would like to practice and improve your German conversational skills, please join us.  Our group meets weekly at 10 am on Wednesdays. 

What:   German Conversation

When:  10 am   Every Wednesday

If you are interested in attending, please contact Julie Laughner

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