Planting the Glass Corridor Grove

The entrance to the historic building through the new wing echoes the original entrance with a feeling of being outdoors, followed by a brick cloister, and then the explosion of sensory overload in the Courtyard. The trees have been placed around the glass connector. Visitors will walk through this corridor that passes under a dense grove of trees. Hornbeams (carpinus caroliniana) and lacebark pines (pinus bungeana) were recently positioned. Stay tuned for more updates to the gardens.

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