Dried Flower Garden
Adjacent to the vegetable garden is the dried flower garden, maintained by the Friends of the Garden to grow flowers that can be dried and used in arrangements, wreaths and folk art. Since most of these plants are annuals, the Friends spend a lot of time each year germinating, transplanting, planting out and cultivating. The correct harvesting and drying of these plants is an art in itself. The preserved flowers from this garden have been used to give workshops on flower arranging and are sold in bunches and arrangements in our gift shop to raise funds for Friends of the Garden projects.
For more information on the Friends of the Garden, please visit our Memberships and Volunteers page.
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