Go Garden Hopping on a Sprinter Van Limo in New Jersey (Part 6)

Whether you are from New Jersey or just visiting from another state, you should make time to visit the many lovely gardens and arboretums here. You should take your entire family or your garden-loving friends, too! With a sprinter van limo in New Jersey, you would surely enjoy every moment of your trip.

sprinter van limo in New Jersey

A sprinter van limo in New Jersey can accommodate up to 10 people and leaves plenty or leg room and plenty of space for all the stuff you decide to bring with you.

In previous articles, we have given you a short list of gardens and arboretums in Northern and Southern New Jersey. Here are more suggestions on where you can go.

Frelinghuysen Arboretum (Northern NJ)

The George Griswold Frelinghuysen Arboretum is a 127-acre arboretum that offers meadows, woodlands, beautiful gardens and distinctive collections of shrubs and trees, including dogwoods, beeches, and crabapples, that surround a Colonial Revival Mansion. Check out the Braille nature trail, the rose garden and the lilac collection.

This one is located at 53 East Hanover Avenue, in Morristown, New Jersey. It is also the headquarters of the Morris County Parks Commission. It is open daily and you can get in for free.

Leonard J. Buck Garden (Central NJ)

The Leonard J. Buck Garden is a 33- acre public botanical garden and is considered as one of the premier rock gardens in the country. It boasts of native and exotic plants that are displayed in a naturalistic setting of woodland, rock outcroppings and streams. There is also a wooded and rocky ravine that houses numerous wildflowers interspersed among flowering shrubs and trees. Aside from rockery plants and wildflowers, it also has extensive collections of rhododendrons, azaleas, ferns, and exotic alpines.

Make sure to visit this garden during the spring. It is located at 11 Layton Road, in Far Hills, New Jersey, and is operated by the Somerset County Park Commission.

Duke Farms (Central NJ)

Duke Gardens in Somerset County were one of the most significant glass house collections in the country. These exotic display gardens were created by Doris Duke in honor of her father. The gardens were opened to the public in 1964 but were closed by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation in 2008 and dismantled. With the closure of Duke Gardens, the Duke Farms Foundation created new indoor and outdoor display gardens as part of Duke Farms. Duke Farms opened to the public on May 19, 2012.

Don't hesitate to call us if you plan on getting a sprinter van limo in New Jersey for your gardens tour.