Mar 4, 2011
Southern Living Plant Collection Partners with Fort Worth Botanic GardenSource: Southern Living Plant Collection

In support of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden’s efforts to educate the public on horticulture and the environment, the Southern Living Plant Collection contributed several plant varieties, including new additions for spring 2011.

The Southern Living Plant Collection is partnering with another premier public garden in Texas, the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. In support of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden’s efforts to educate the public on horticulture and the environment, the Southern Living Plant Collection contributed several plant varieties, including new additions for spring 2011. Both the Southern Living Plant Collection and Fort Worth Botanic Garden are pleased with the collaboration and invite the public to watch the gardens in full bloom this spring.

Fort Worth Botanic Garden is located in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District and is the oldest botanic garden in Texas. It possesses 109 acres of 23 specialty gardens with more than 2,500 species of native and exotic plants. Visitors can learn more about the gardens and environment through one of the many different educational programs.

Fort Worth Botanic Garden is always looking for opportunities to expand, and the partnership with the Southern Living Plant Collection promises year-round beauty that will inspire public interest in gardening through hardy plants perfect for the Texas climate.

Learn more about the Forth Worth Botanic Garden and plan a visit online at www.fwbg.org.

To learn more about the Southern Living Plant Collection, visit www.southernlivingplants.com.




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