Friday, May 12, 2017
Clark Gardens celebrates all public gardens on Friday, May 12th. Public gardens are important to communities and on a global scale.
The additional activities available Friday, May 12th include:
- Bee Hive exhibit
- Vermi composting
- Butterfly educational exhibit
- Presentation in the Chapel at 11:00 am: "Attracting Native Pollinators to Your Garden" by Carol Welch, Parker County Master Gardner
- Adults: $9.00
- Seniors: $7.00
- Children (4-12 years old): $5.00
- Children under 4 years old: Free
The additional activities are included in the admission price.
For more information about the history of National Public Gardens Day visit www.publicgardens.org.
It is the mission of Clark Gardens to inspire and demonstrate the many rich horticulture and nature-based possibilities of North Texas to tourists and residents alike.