Bloom is proud to supply several notable gardens in the area, including George Washington’s Mt. Vernon, River Farm and Tudor Place, a historic gem in the heart of Georgetown.

A model of Federal-period architecture, Tudor Place was home to six generations of Martha Washington’s descendants, and the only property in the nation’s capital with ties to Martha and George.

The historic garden, which includes unusual century-old heirloom species, is one of the star attractions of Tudor Place. This spring, much of the grounds, including boxwood topiaries, turfgrass, heirloom rose bushes, veggies seeded in cold frames, and various native plants are getting a boost with Bloom.

“The last owner of Tudor Place, Armistead Peter III, requested the gardens be maintained with the utmost regard for wildlife and great care be taken for the plants. Using Bloom enables Tudor Place to fulfill this request while participating in the environmental stewardship of Washington, DC,” says Allyson Whaley, Director of Buildings, Gardens & Grounds.

Tudor Place reopens to the public with a limited number timed passes this weekend; visit for a glimpse of spring gardens in Bloom!