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On the garden trail in North Georgia

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Next time you’re looking for a respite in nature in Georgia, visit the North Georgia Garden Trail.

There, you’ll learn about Monarch butterflies at a certified pollinator habitat and stroll through a national model for native plant preservation. You can also read poetry on giant boulders and view more than 50 hand-built miniature stone structures along the way.

The 26 gardens are open to the public and range from the seven-acre Hart County Botanical Garden, with 16 specialty gardens, to the 330 acres of Thompson Mills Forest, the State Arboretum of Georgia.

Check their site to find gardens near you.

– Margaret Willard, The Georgia 100

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