at 1382 Willow St, Minneapolis, 55403 United States
To volunteer call the Loring Garden Friends Hotline at 612-673-5395 or email email@example.com.
Designed in three concentric circles, the Garden features a native woodland center, surrounded by a color wheel of perennial flowering species, and an outer ring of ornamental grasses and junipers.
MTC Bus Routes l, 4, 6, 12 or 28 deliver you to the bus stop adjoining the Irene Hixon Whitney Footbridge that connects Loring Park to the Sculpture Garden.
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Volunteer s are amazing!!! We are not afraid of 34 degrees! Thanks everyone for chillin in the garden this morning!
Join us at Loring Park this Friday for our first meditation of the season. Everyone is welcome!
Come Join us today for our Annual Friends of Loring Gardens Kick--Off:)
#Awesome person and 2016 MPRB Volunteer of the Year Honoree Ede Holmen! Kudos - well deserved!
Glorious on a gloomy morning
Thanks again for your hard work! The garden looks great
Thanks again everyone. Awesome art , amazing volunteers :)
Loyal Loring garden volunteers! Thanks again everyone for all your hard work today :) Treasured gardens, Treasured friends
Gardening Day This Saturday!
More plant's, more color, less thistle, less weeds ! We are grateful for all your hard work! Thanks everyone :)
A beautiful day for planting :) Thanks to all our wonderful friends of Loring garden volunteers !
Plant of the month- Leatherwood is a early blooming shrub of the Woodland Garden; Leatherwood is a native deciduous shrub that grows to nine feet tall with smooth gray-brown bark and forms a rounded crown. Twigs are smooth, yellowish-green and have many joints. Buds have 3 to 4 scales that are covered with fine brown hair. Leaves: The oval/elliptic leaves fully appear after the flowers have matured, having fine hair when young and smooth late, are alternate and with a smooth edge. Leaf stalks are very short. They are usually the first native shrub leaves to unfold in the spring. Fall color is yellow. The inflorescence is a terminal cluster of 2 or 3 flowers and axillary clusters along the twig that appear with the new leaves. Flowers: The pale yellow flowers are four parted and have a tubular shaped corolla with the petals united into a tube. The flower has 8 protruding stamens that have white filaments and yellow anthers.
Thank you Earth day volunteer gardeners! A beautiful day in a beautiful garden.
Our redesigned website has officially launched! You can still find us at www.minneapolisparks.org on your desktop, mobile and tablet browsers. Come check out some of our newest features and let us know what you think!
Check out our Green Ideas & Ham event tomorrow morning about protecting clean water! https://www.facebook.com/events/1547748965459458/
Tulips, treasured friends, terrific food, and gorgeous weather! Another successful day in the garden. Thanks for all your hard work! See you next spring!
Check out this amazing group of "friends" A spectacular day to be in the beautiful Loring Park Gardens! Thanks again for all your hard work today!