We visited during a very hot afternoon in early September and there were very few folks wandering around, giving us almost exclusive -if unguided- access to the beautiful gardens and paths and ponds. I am not a gardener at all, just a fan and, at arboretums and gardens, a gawker. Had it been slightly cooler, we would've strolled another hour. This beautiful attraction is free, has a nice gift shop, a library and observation deck, and friendly volunteers. It's about fifteen minutes from downtown and, except for one wrong-side-of-the-road directional sign, pretty easy to find.
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