Beautiful and sensitively presented gardens. We came for Mosaiculture and stayed for hours. Could have used an extra day, but happy to see what we could. Seasonal and cultural representations of different types of plantings-some relaxing and very organic, some exhilarating and pushing boundaries. Gift shop is so-so. Restaurants and other facilities are what you'd expect. Get there early if you want to park inside the Garden's boundaries, otherwise street/lot parking or use the metro.
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