This a nice place to while away an hour or so, and hopefully learn about the wide variety of plants that will grow in the NC Piedmont. I went the other day specifically to look at their Carnivorous Plant Garden, to see what species they have that can survive outside all year long in this area. Numerous species of flytraps, pitcher plants, sundews, and butterworts on exhibit. As you might imagine, in early February there is not as much to see as say in April or August, but it was still an interesting trip. There are various types of Gardens laid out by subject, so whether your interest lies in medicinal herbs, flowers, or bog gardens, you will find something there. They have a nice, small gift shop with books and other items having to do with gardening, bird watching, etc. There is also a nice series of walking paths around the area. I'll be going back in the Spring.
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