Friday, September 22, 2017
Watershed #30 -- Green Bay Botanical Garden
The series titled “Watershed” – is a series with postings about the areas close to Gardens at Waters East, but not from my personal garden. Gardens at Waters East is part of a large watershed that feeds Lake Michigan. Lots of information on this “life giving” resource on a number of past “Watershed” posting. Check them out. A watershed photo is at the end of this posting.
The Green Bay Botanical Garden is a gem. For a small town like Green Bay (population of about 200,000 in the city) this is a wonderful place to visit. You would expect to see something this good in larger cities – like Chicago, Milwaukee, New York etc. etc. and there you do. But this is such a special part of the city of Green Bay, and it is done very well. Worth a visit. I have posted only a few of the photos I took this past weekend just to give you an idea of the gardens – really very nice! If you are in the area – do visit.
Interesting stone structure.
One of the woodland trails.
Part of the Children's Garden
Hope you enjoyed the short visit!