The garden's board was established in 2001. The garden itself occupies a site (the Ellipse Garden in Freedom Park, at 5535 Centerville Road) and continues to add features and programs. Most recently a Multigenerational Enabling Garden was added to support both children's garden programs and programs for mobility-limited adults.
The Ellipse Garden (2 acres) was dedicated in 2006. It contains more than 2,000 trees, shrubs, and other plantings in a butterfly garden, herb garden, native plant garden, perennial border, pinewoods and fernery, wetlands, and wildflower meadow.
To enhance the life of residents and visitors by promoting beautiful gardens for the enjoyment of plants and the environment through year-round educational and recreational programs.
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