On the Friday before Mother’s Day weekend, public gardens will be celebrated nationwide.
Presented by the American Public Gardens Association (APGA) and RainBird, the National Public Gardens Day will be celebrated on May 10.
More than 500 botanic gardens, arboreta, museums, zoos and entertainment gardens will be celebrated on this day.
APGA’s 500-member institutions will host special events, activities for schools, families, garden enthusiasts and other visitors and many of the activities will continue throughout the weekend.
For more information on National Public Gardens Day, visit www.NationalPublicGardensDay.org, “LIKE” the National Public Gardens Day Facebook page and follow the https://twitter.com/NPGD.