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by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

A few weeks ago, we gave you a first glimpse at our new moon gate. I have exciting news! Tomorrow, at Flowers After 5, our new Moon Gate will make its debut!  The finished piece will be on display at the entrance to the Asian Valley framing the wonderful plants and pond found within.  We are hoping that our Western Red Cedar moon gate enhances your experience at the Garden and encourages you stop and take note of the lovely garden room beyond.  I can’t wait to see it myself!

The new moon gate in the Asian Valley

The new moon gate in the Asian Valley

Stay tuned for more photos of the finished moon gate, or if you can, join us for Flowers After 5, tomorrow, Sept. 3rd! We’ll be featuring Pinot Noirs and Pinot Grigios and music will be provided by The Dean Christensen Trio, featuring Karl Morse (guitar), Andrew Randanzzo (bass), and Dean Christensen (drums).

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One Response to “Lewis Ginter’s New Moon Gate to Debut at Flowers After 5”

  1. […] see it.  To find it, walk down the main path to the Rose Garden,  make a right and go through the Moon Gate. Just before you get to the Robins Tea House you’ll notice it on the right side, a few feet […]

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