If you haven’t visited the museum’s teaching garden lately, it has really come along over the last couple of months. When we completed the expansion project back in late March, our bench area looked like this:
It looked nice, but pretty bare as we were planting seeds and bedding plants. It’s amazing, how that in just a little over two-and-a-half months it has blossomed in our warm southeast Texas climate, and now looks like this:
The next time you are here for a tour, go for a stroll and take a rest under the pink crape myrtle blossoms. It will be a nice break to stop and smell the flowers and enjoy natural surroundings.
Do you enjoy gardening? We are always looking for volunteers, so contact us at (409) 832-1906 to see how you can get involved. We would love to have you join us!
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