Located inside Kiptopeke State Park, this garden is planted with native plants, trees, and shrubs to promote wildlife and provide people the opportunity to view the interaction of plants with herbivores and pollinators. Paths wind through the garden.
A vine-covered pergola with seating enables visitors to pause and observe native pollinators and birds. It is a pleasant, restful place to sit and enjoy the birdsongs and the buzzing of insects.
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