Written by Dasha Morgan
Western North Carolina’s Public Gardens Delight Visitors All Season Long
A visitor to Western North Carolina in spring will immediately notice the incredible displays of flowering trees, colorful plants, and vividly colored bushes with dainty sprigs of pale green leaves slowly showing their faces on branch ends. As the season unfolds here in the area, “a host of golden daffodils” flutter and dance in the breeze throughout Western North Carolina. Many streets are lined with the lovely Bradford Pear tree with their dainty white blossoms that often fall during a breeze. Bright wisteria bushes are often nearby, accenting the corners with their contrasting golden yellow color.
While you can appreciate these shows of color on streets and in yards across the region, their greatest shows can be found in public gardens across WNC.
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