The Elizabeth Park Conservancy is pleased to announce a major gift from the Kaman Foundation to name the rose garden in honor of Helen S Kaman.
Robert A. Prill Tulip Garden featured on NBC Connecticut.
During these unprecedented times, Conservancy staff continue to work hard to keep Elizabeth Park a beautiful, safe place for our visitors to enjoy.
Construction of a new gateway entrance on Fern Street is slated to begin this spring.
Elizabeth Park Conservancy's Fall 2019 Newsletter and 2018-19 Annual Report is now available.
Elizabeth Park Conservancy has been selected as a beneficiary of the Stop & Shop Community Bag Program for the month of October.
"It’s a simple gesture for a man who has given his golden years discovering — and protecting — the state’s trees big and small."
The Elizabeth Park Conservancy proudly announces the accreditation in May of Elizabeth Park as an Arboretum, and the naming this July of the Arboretum as, “The Kim Arboretum at Elizabeth Park.”
Former Gov. Dannel P. Malloy joined members of Elizabeth Park Conservancy as they began the next phase of upgrades to the park during a ground-breaking ceremony Thursday afternoon.
The Flowering of America’s Oldest Municipal Rose Garden
Six very lucky auction winners had the opportunity to tour Martha Stewart's gardens, located on her 100+-acre estate in Bedford, New York.
Hartford architect Tai Soo Kim makes $100,000 donation to plant more trees in Elizabeth Park.
CTBucketlist: Getting ready for the blooms in Elizabeth Park
Plans for a permanent stage on Elizabeth Park's Rose Garden Lawn are underway.
"Garden Collage" magazine's article, "West Hartford Aims to Be Connecticut’s Next Foodie Paradise," by Molly Beauchemain, spotlights several restaurants and attractions in central Connecticut, and features Elizabeth Park.
From al fresco dining in the garden to fine dining atop a waterfall, central Connecticut's best kept foodie secrets find concert in West Hartford.
The monkshood plant, if ingested, will make a person’s heart beat irregularly, but used topically will numb skin and reduce fevers. The tall, skinny plant was one of over a dozen at the University of St. Joseph medicine garden at Elizabeth Park that Japanese students viewed, smelled and learned about Tuesday morning.
WTNH presented a video interview with Peter Winne, Elizabeth Park's Head Gardener, about the rose garden.
This past Saturday [June 16] was the 4th Annual Healthy West Hartford Fair in Elizabeth Park and we lucked out on an exceptional day! Each year, Elizabeth Park provides our Chamber businesses space on the green to showcase their products and services to park visitors, including interactive demos, games and giveaways. We are excited to announce a Chamber donation of $800 to the Elizabeth Park Conservancy for their amazing efforts to maintain the historical rose gardens and beautify our town!
Connecticut: Elizabeth Park. Stretching across 101 acres, Elizabeth Park is best known for the flowerbeds that fill the park with color each spring. The grounds are home to 11 different gardens, with the star being the 2.5-acre rose garden. The grounds, which are free to visit, also hold a pond, athletic courts and a restaurant.