I had never actually visited Marvin Gardens before, but I’d heard about their magic gardens and thought I’d give it a try.
After some researching, I was in luck.
Marvin Gardens is a chain of “mushroom gardens” located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
They’re a kind of giant mushroom garden that has an impressive array of mushrooms.
The first time I saw the garden was with my father-in-law, who came over to visit after a couple of days of shopping at the mall.
When I asked my dad-in of the history of this little green house, he said that this was a place that had been growing mushrooms for a while.
“They’re growing mushrooms all over the world,” he said, “and they’re all really popular.”
Marvins plants are also grown from stem to stem, so there’s no need to dig in the ground.
The plants look quite pretty, and they are all planted in a row.
They’ve been growing since the 1930s, and the last time I visited, I saw some of the plants on the first of April.
While I wasn’t looking forward to the trip, I did visit a couple other plants.
One was a giant mushroom tree, which has some pretty amazing things to say about itself.
Another was a small-leafed, purple flower with a crown.
It was covered in a thick layer of flowers.
I’m not sure why I’ve never actually been to this place, but it’s so pretty.
Now I know what I want to do when I’m visiting Marvin Gardens, and I’m excited to see what else they have to offer.