Friday, January 25, 2013

Anderson Enrichment Center and Lucille E. Anderson Memorial Garden



It's nice to look at pretty flowers in the middle of winter, isn't it?  The photo above is of the Andersen Enrichment Center and Lucille E. Anderson Memorial Garden located in Saginaw, Michigan.  If you like roses, this is definitely a place to see.  It contains hundreds of roses and perennials, a brick walkway, and a fountain which features Marshall M. Frederick's sculpture, "Flying Geese."

The center itself promotes the arts and entertainment in the area, and can also be rented for weddings.

The garden is open from dawn to dusk.  Admission is free.

19 comments:

  1. Probably doesn't look like that right now!

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  2. Thanks for sharing about this, Sherry. I'll have to check it out sometime.

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    1. Yes, it's in your state! I'll be sharing more from Michigan soon.

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  3. I long to see some roses blooming right now. It is supposed to snow again in a few days!

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    1. Pretty soon the roses will bloom again!

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  4. Yay! Roses! Roses are very common and beautiful flowers. Possibly the best known kind!

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  5. Hi Sherry - we could do with some beautiful scented blossoms .. but I'll await the seasons .. the daffodils are coming up, the crocuses too, while the beautiful white snowdrops are here already ...

    Lovely - cheers Hilary

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    1. The daffodils are already poking up here, too!

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  6. This is gorgeous! I'm a big fan of trellis and colorful roses.

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  7. loving this one--roses are one of my favorites and the price is right!

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