Posted February 18, 2019 12:03:37In a town famous for its colorful street art and a plethora of other creative activities, a botanical paradise has opened up in the heart of New Jersey.
The new garden, called Callaway Gardens, will be a hub for local artists and a place to get up close and personal with New Jersey flora and fauna.
New Jersey’s Botanical Garden has been a popular spot for artists and naturalists since its opening in 2009.
It’s an ideal place for those who want to explore and get close to nature.
The Garden, located at New York’s Callaway Botanical Gardens, is a hub to explore the flora and Fauna of New York.
It has been designed to offer a place for artists to meet with a variety of wildlife and plant species and the community to enjoy the natural beauty and the diverse ecosystem that New York is known for.
The garden’s main focus is the native plants that make up the natural ecosystem.
These include mosses, lichens, ferns, grasses, flowers, bougainvilleas, berry bushes, birches and many more.
There is also a naturalist’s garden for those interested in seeing some of New Brunswick’s rare native plants.
The gardens have a lot of plants and animals in the area, including the eastern wild turkey.
The gardens have been designed with a blend of natural elements to encourage a diverse range of activities for the public, and for those just wanting to get closer to nature for a few hours.
Callaway Gardens will be open to the public March 15.
The Garden is located at 7 West Broadway, New Brunswick, NJ 08902.
For more information, call 609-824-9453 or visit callawaygardens.com