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Garden in the Woods, May 2006

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    Photos by Alexis Layton.

Tower Hill, June 2005

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    Garden in the Woods guides visit Tower Hill Botanic Garden in late June, 2005.

Garden in the Woods, July 2003

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    Some photos taken at Garden in the Woods on July 8, 2003

Big Bugs, July 2004

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    The Big Bugs exhibit at Garden in the Woods.

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Gloria

This is the first time I have been moved to make a journey on the strength of the posting on a blog.
Road trip coming on!!!

Rurality

I love all of it, but especially the floating gardens. Are those "islands" commecially available, or are they do-it-yourself projects?

LeslieT

Gloria,
Loved your weblog! (Readers, click on her name to link to her weblog, which is all about wildlife-friendly gardening.) If you really do drive from Chicago, let me know and I'll give you a private tour!

Rurality,
The islands are commercially available, although I believe we arranged for custom sizes and/or shapes. The garden is not endorsing a vendor for this, though, so you will need to Google for "floating islands" to find some sources.
(Rurality has a great blog, also, although her picture of poison ivy flowers makes me itch just looking at it!)

Gloria

We are going to be in the Boston area early to mid August. I will definitly be stopping by but can not say exactly which day. I have wanted to see Garden in the Woods for some time, the exhibit is icing. I will let you know a few days before we arrive, if you are available it would be fun to get a look at the garden through the eyes of some one that knows it well.

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