bartram's garden twilight in the garden

It’s that time of year again! Naturescapes is announcing its annual support for Bartram’s Garden’s Twilight in the Garden benefit, scheduled for October 6, 2016, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. All proceeds from this gala and auction support National Historic Landmark, Bartram’s Garden.

Guests at this year’s event will enjoy cocktails in the Historic Garden, an 8-acre landscape home to the oldest male Ginkgo biloba tree in North America and a 200-year-old Yellowwood tree.

Additional festivities will include an auction, guided tours, riverboat cruises, and a seasonal al fresco dinner. This year’s event honors Bill Thomas, executive director of Chanticleer, for his generous contributions to public gardens.  Event-goers will celebrate the newly restored Bartram House and Ann Bartram Carr Garden.

Bartram’s Gardens is a 45-acre national travel destination that attracts almost 40,000 people each year. In addition to being a beautiful place for a relaxing stroll, the garden is an award-winning educational resource, acting as a living laboratory and an outdoor classroom. Garden gates are open year-round and for free admittance.

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