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Restored Colonial garden makes a colorful addition to Fort Ticonderoga

Tiger lilies bloom in the west end of the King's Garden at Fort Ticonderoga.
Tiger lilies bloom in the west end of the King's Garden at Fort Ticonderoga.
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In July, hollyhocks march up the red brick walls of King’s Garden at Fort Ticonderoga, their colorful plumes studded with blooms of scarlet and magenta, purple and pink. “They are so dramatic. Hollyhocks are a huge visitor favorite,” says Heidi teRiele Karkoski, the fort’s curator of landscape. In the restored formal garden at Fort Ticonderoga, perennials are tall and showy, and thousands of annuals billow out of their beds because that’s how Marian Coffin, a ...

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