Concealed behind large private homes and farmland, just off of Comfort Road in New Hope, is Paxson Hill Farm, a hidden gem in Bucks County that you don’t want to miss. This 32-acre property is home to a plant nursery, beautiful gardens and roaming peacocks. Its nursery grows various rare and exotic perennials, annuals, shrubs and trees, all available for sale.
The property also contains different gardens that are open to the public to walk through, including koi ponds, waterfalls, bridges, a hobbit house and sculptures.
“When horticulturalist, Bruce Gangawer, bought this property in 1997, it was practically bare,” describes Lynn Windholz, Nursery Manager. “None of these gardens existed.”
He originally started a garden with a mound capped by a gazebo structure and surrounded by a maze of privet hedges. Today, Paxson Hill Farm has grown into one of the area’s most unique and beautiful places to visit in Bucks County.