|You never know who you'll see at a botanical garden! |
Here a cute frog crashes the party at Powell Gardens' Festival of Butterflies.
Photo by Greg Boege
Dear Garden of Aaron readers,
Thanks for all your support and valuable feedback over the past year!
I would like to draw your attention to a new resource - a list of U.S. botanical gardens that I have added to the right sidebar.
I'm sure this list is not comprehensive, but I hope that I've included most of the biggest and best botanic gardens in the country.
If I've missed any notable names, please contact me or use the comments section below to let me know.
(In the future, I hope to add a list of major U.S. arboretums. Since some botanic gardens - like the one in Dallas - seem to define themselves primarily or equally as arboretums, they'll end up on that other list.)
Hopefully these links to botanic gardens around the country will help you to discover gardens in your region or give you ideas of gardens you can visit when you travel.
What are your favorite U.S. botanical gardens? I've got to give some hometown love to Cheekwood, but I also was incredibly impressed with a visit a couple of years ago to Powell Gardens outside Kansas City, particularly the 12-acre Heartland Harvest Garden. Well-played, Powell!
Which garden would you most like to visit? I have to say that I'm hoping to visit some of the famous nearby gardens in upcoming years, including the botanical gardens in Memphis, Atlanta and St. Louis, plus the University of Tennessee Gardens in Knoxville!