As summer heats up, the Native Plant Garden moves into the height of its beauty. What makes this exquisitely designed showcase of flora native to Northeastern North America is that its beauty is the beauty of our own region.
The ever-more colorful meadow surrounding Split Rock is a haven for pollinators of all stripes—and spots!—from bees to butterflies. There are many blossoms to admire, from the geraniums pictured here to the magenta spots of Bush’s poppymallow (Callirhoe bushii) dotting the sunny meadow.
Click through for some eye-popping images from the Native Plant Garden!
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Beneath the protective tree canopy, along the tranquil wetlands, you can enjoy a pleasant walk during the hot summer days. Enjoy a peaceful visit in the midst of a bustling ecosystem!
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