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September 25, 2014


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The tree face is adorable! Love the indoor gardens for Midwest winters!

Gretchen Garrison

This looks simply lovely. Would be interesting to see how the garden appears during different seasons.

Suzanne Holt

A talking tree? How fun! I have pinned this on to my "Seeing a Spectacular Fall" board.

Tonya {The Traveling Praters}

I love botanical gardens and love that this one is housed indoors so it can also be enjoyed during the winter months. It's sometimes hard to find open attractions in snow season here in the midwest!

Dominique King

The tree did look like a kid-pleaser, and he was quite pleasant to us as well :lol:

I do like the fact that this place is open year round, which is one of the reasons I saved this story until now to do! I can imagine the tropical garden and cactus gardens would be a really nice break from the weather on a snowy winter day.

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