Nurture Your Inner Botanist at Duke Gardens
Often spoken of as 'the crown jewel of Duke University,' Duke Gardens provides a place where people of all ages come to partake in natural beauty and learn something new.
Gardening is a timeless art that can keep you intrigued, involved, and fed throughout the years. However, as our society has become more and more driven by the grocery-store, many of the finer principals of gardening have fallen by the wayside. Throughout the spring/summer of 2014, the Duke Gardens are offering a series of free drop-in events at the Doris Duke Center where aspiring or established garners can learn 1-1 with experts in the field about a variety of topics from trees to insects and herbs. Since events are in the evening, there's no need to worry about parking fees.
About Sarah P. Duke Gardens:
Duke Gardens occupies 55 acres in the heart of west campus, adjacent to Duke University Medical Center. It is recognized as one of the premier public gardens in the United States, renowned both for landscape design and the quality of horticulture, each year attracting more than 300,000 visitors from all over the world.
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Sarah P. Duke Gardens
420 Anderson Street
Durham, NC 27705