United State Botanic Garden

A Botanic Garden for the Nation

Summer is here and the flowers are in full bloom. From your back yard to well-kept neighborhood parks, nature brings life to the world once again with colorful flowers. During this warm and sunny time of the year, flowers remind us to take some time from our busy lives and enjoy nature in all of its glory.

The United States Botanic Garden, located in Washington, D.C., provides a unique opportunity for people to visit and view a wide variety of beautiful and rare flowers and plants. This book provides readers with a thorough history of the national gardens formation and purpose, as well as vivid photographs and detailed descriptions of each plant. Check this book out and you’ll be in awe of the beautiful and colorful plants nature offers us! And perhaps you’ll be inspired to create your own botanical garden in your own back yard (or at least visit the U.S. Botanic Garden the next time you’re on vacation)!

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2 Responses to United State Botanic Garden

  1. Pete says:

    The Botanic Garden is awesome. On July 1st the stinkiest flower was in bloom and on loan from the Smithsonian. You can see the pics at the Garden’s web page at http://www.usbg.gov/

  2. Hydroponics says:

    I’ve been to that beautiful botanic garden in DC. It’s amazing. I highly reccoment a visit!

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