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What a beautiful September day to visit YOUR Gardens!

Open for socially-distanced visitation 12 noon - 5 pm.

Admission by donation... donate what you can if you can.

Buildings are closed, but your Gardens are open for self-guided tours.
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What a beautiful September day to visit YOUR Gardens! 

Open for socially-distanced visitation 12 noon - 5 pm. 

Admission by donation... donate what you can if you can. 

Buildings are closed, but your Gardens are open for  self-guided tours.

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My husband and I were married here on October 6, 2012 🍂♥️🍁

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Fourth-generation monarchs are born in September and October and are biologically different from previous generations. They live longer (8-9 months) and do not mate or lay eggs until the following spring after they fly north and reach areas with milkweed.
Here's one that we found in our tank this morning, ready to start her big adventure! :)🦋🐛🍂🌿
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Fourth-generation monarchs are born in September and October and are biologically different from previous generations. They live longer (8-9 months) and do not mate or lay eggs until the following spring after they fly north and reach areas with milkweed.
Heres one that we found in our tank this morning, ready to start her big adventure! :)🦋🐛🍂🌿
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