Enid A. Haupt Garden

The Enid A. Haupt Garden is a public garden in the Smithsonian complex in Washington, D.C. Covering over four acres, it is situated between the Castle and Independence Avenue and has provided a welcomed respite for Smithsonian visitors and residents of Washington since it opened in 1987 as part of the redesigned Castle quadrangle.
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Pink granite circles & squares frame contemplative space in the Moongate Garden in the Enid A. Haupt Garden

Pink granite circles & squares frame contemplative space in the Moongate Garden in the Enid A. Haupt Garden

Weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian's Enid Haupt Garden, Washington, D.C.  (Photo by John Gibbons)

Weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian's Enid Haupt Garden, Washington, D.C. (Photo by John Gibbons)

Weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian's Enid Haupt Garden, Washington, D.C.  (Photo by John Gibbons)

Weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian's Enid Haupt Garden, Washington, D.C. (Photo by John Gibbons)

Learn to make your own Smithsonian-worthy hanging baskets with a DIY tutorial from our experts at the Smithsonian Gardens' Greenhouses

DIY: Hanging Baskets

Learn to make your own Smithsonian-worthy hanging baskets with a DIY tutorial from our experts at the Smithsonian Gardens' Greenhouses

DYI Tutorial - Learn how to make Smithsonian-style hanging baskets at home.

DYI Tutorial - Learn how to make Smithsonian-style hanging baskets at home.

Saucer magnolia blooms in the Haupt Garden, April 2015

Saucer magnolia blooms in the Haupt Garden, April 2015

Greg Huse, an arborist with Smithsonian Gardens, inspects the weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian’s Moon Gate Garden in Washington, D.C. (Photo by John Gibbons)

Greg Huse, an arborist with Smithsonian Gardens, inspects the weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian’s Moon Gate Garden in Washington, D.C. (Photo by John Gibbons)

Greg Huse, an arborist with Smithsonian Gardens, inspects the weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian’s Moon Gate Garden in Washington, D.C.  (Photo by John Gibbons)

Greg Huse, an arborist with Smithsonian Gardens, inspects the weeping cherry tree in the Smithsonian’s Moon Gate Garden in Washington, D.C. (Photo by John Gibbons)

The giant Angel's Trumpet (Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi') on the west side of the Smithsonian Castle is putting on a fantastic show. Be sure to check it out before we ship it back to the greenhouses for the winter next week!

The giant Angel's Trumpet (Brugmansia 'Charles Grimaldi') on the west side of the Smithsonian Castle is putting on a fantastic show. Be sure to check it out before we ship it back to the greenhouses for the winter next week!

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