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Memorizing Flower Gardens in Chicago

Lurie Garden – Millennium Park

Lurie Garden gives a sound environment to a wide assortment of plants, creatures, and creepy crawlies. Lurie Garden is a pioneer in scene engineering, cultivate plan, dependable support practices and dynamic open programming in an urban domain. The garden offers a four-season encounter mixing Chicago’s past, present and future with striking structure, emotional shape, and cozy spaces. Some of the plants seen in Lurie garden are Beardtongue, Yarrow moonshine, Wild Geranium, Tulip Black Parrot, Masterwort Roma, Knotted Cranesbill, Black-eyed Susan, and much more.

Location: Southeast End of Millennium Park, Chicago, IL 60601

Contact: (312) 228-1004

 

The Morton Arboretum

The Morton Arboretum is an open air non-proftcentre concentrated on the planting and conservation of trees. The beautiful flower beds, trees, shrubs, four-acre children’s garden and one-acre maze garden are only a portion of the numerous features of the Morton Arboretum. The gardens include Container Gardens, Four Season Garden, Fragrance Garden, Ground Cover Garden, Herb Garden, etc. Prominent plants in four season include Chinese white-stemmed raspberry  (Rubuscockburnianus), globe blue spruce (Piceapungens ‘Globosa’), and Tennessee coneflower (Echinacea tennesseensis). Among the features of Fragrance Garden are Kentucky (Wisteria macrostachya), Korean boxwood (Buxusmicrophylla var. koreana), and Little Spire Russian-sage (Pervoskia ‘Little Spire’). The park has an admission fee of $15 per adult, $13 for Seniors and $10 for kids.

Location: 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle, IL 6053

Contact: 630-968-0074

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