Saturday, March 19, 2011


If you haven't visited the Garden lately, it's starting to shake off winter and embrace spring.  Seasonal change is here, with our native woodland trees just starting to expand their leaves. 

Spring wildflowers in the Woodland Wildflower Garden are well along, with Oconee Bells, Trout Lilies, and Little Sweet Betsy (Trillium cuneatum) in flower, and Mayapple foliage quite apparent.

The spring migrant birds are starting to come through, and our winter residents are departing.

It's a great time to visit!

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