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Bridge of Flowers – National Public Gardens Day Coming Up

Azalea and view of the Iron Bridge from Bridge of Flowers

The Bridge of Flowers is our local public garden, open and blooming every day from April 1 – October 30. Free! Universally accessible.

Carolina lupine

Primroses

Wisteria, just beginning to bloom

Pink Primroses

Flowering cherry tree

Tiarella

Bleeding heart and snowflakes

Trollius

Osteospurnum

Pink dogwood

I’ll be celebrating National Public Gardens Day, May 11 this year, with a stroll over the Bridge of Flowers. What will you do?

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5 comments to Bridge of Flowers – National Public Gardens Day Coming Up

  • I’ve always thought whenever you’ve shown this Bridge of Flowers that it’s so lovely to have a space like this in your community that everyone can enjoy. I didn’t realize tomorrow was National Public Gardens Day–I plan to clean house, since it will be my first full day at home in awhile:) But Saturday I’m helping plant our Master Gardeners’ Idea Garden, which is open to the public all season long, so I guess I’ll just be celebrating a day late!

  • Pat

    Rose – We are all fortunate if we can have some kind of public garden in our community.

  • I especially love the pink flowers below. They are gorgeous. Thanks for linking this week, see you for more gardening next week! SMiles.

  • I love the Chicago Botanic Garden. I’d go every day if I could. They also have excellent adult ed programs.

  • Pat

    blogger- I’m a sucker for pink flowers.
    Jason – The Bridge of Flowers does cooperate with the local elementary school and we have Master Gardeners on duty from time to time during the summer.

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