Federated Garden Clubs were the pioneer civic organization to support the development of public gardens in a public park. Many of the plants in this garden are often characterized as "pass-along plants" as they multiply readily and can be shared among friends. The garden is designed to provide interest throughout the growing season, starting with spring bulbs of daffodils and tulips, then peonies and iris transitioning to roses, daylilies and asters to bookend the fall season. This garden is arranged in a "Quad" with each quarter maintained by a garden club.
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*All Federated Club Garden photos courtesy of Aaron J. Scott Photography