The Gardens at Tsogyelgar

Fertility is connected with the horticulture, connected with the garden, connected with our art, with our craft and is of course, a marriage.
— Alan Chadwick

The gardens of Tsogyelgar are an extraordinary example of eastern and western gardening styles. Traktung Khepa's passion for gardening has spanned decades, incorporating English cottage, Monet's Giverny, and eastern contemplative gardening traditions. The gardens serve a practical function as well, completing what Alan Chadwick called a "complete environment of fertility." Constructed over 20 years with thousands of bulbs and perennials, the loving labor of hundreds of volunteers, the gardens are a place of aesthetic nourishment and contemplative power. The Gardens are open Saturdays (9:30am-2pm) spring through fall.