This educational display of a sustainable garden demonstrates foods we can grow beautifully in our own backyards. Marvelously designed and laid out, the Garden of Eat’n emphasizes how attractive an edible garden can be. You’ll find nut trees, fruit trees, raspberry brambles, berries, annual specialties, perennial vegetables, herbs, and more.
There are also three butterfly gardens designed to support the “Bring Back the Monarchs” conservation campaign by Monarch Watch.
WITH APPRECIATION Care and maintenance of the Garden of Eat’n have been managed by Kelly Goossen and Steve Ulstad.