Thanks to the hard work and dedication of three University of Arkansas students we were able to begin a portion of our stream restoration! Dylan Milholen, Madison Brown, and Steven Thao worked tirelessly to receive funding from the University in order to complete this project. Additionally White River Nursery matched the grant money received […]
Children love to run on it, adults enjoy walking over it, but visitors often ask about that bridge or boardwalk that rarely has any water under it. After all the heavy rains we had last week that area, which is called a bioswale, is full of water and you can see why it was installed. A bioswale […]
Dragon’s Breath A variety of Celosia plumose called ‘Dragon’s Breath’ has been the talk of BGO this fall. Guests stop to admire its deep red color and continue to comment on its beauty even after our first frost killed some of the flowers. But the attention this little annual plant is getting in our Garden is not […]
Autumn is a beautiful time to watch the colors of leaves change, but most people don’t think much about flowers. Pollinators are still busy this time of year. Some pollinators are migrating, like the monarch butterfly. Bees, on the other hand, are busily preparing for winter. So flowers are still important in autumn! When you […]
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