Daylilies on Pathway to Bench...

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There are many benches at Klehm with beautiful blooms.  These benches are located near the Visitor Center and Fountain Garden.  In July, find daylilies in bloom.  Earlier in Spring, visitor’s will find bleeding...

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Peach and Purple Coneflowers...

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Find a variety of blooming coneflowers at Klehm every...

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Queen of the Prairie

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Find Queen of the Prairie in bloom in the Alphabet Garden, planted to represent the letter “Q.”  This garden is featured in the Nancy Olson Children’s...

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Rainbow Garden

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The Rainbow Garden is located in the Nancy Olson Children’s Garden.  Find a rainbow of color every summer at...

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Rudbeckia (Gloriosa)

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The Gloriosa is cultivar of Rudbeckia.  It’s parent is the Black-eyed Susan and grows throughout North America.  This picture was taekn outside the Visitor...

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Why Public Gardens Matter...

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The Business of Gardens Why do public gardens matter? Quite simply, gardens provide grand spaces that are good for attracting business. They indicate community pride and abundance in a manner that complements the built environment. Visitors move through public...

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