National Public Gardens Day
Better Homes and Gardens(R) Supports National Public Gardens Day on
May 6, 2011 with Free Admission to Gardens across the Country April 19th, 2011
In support of National Public Gardens Day, leading home and lifestyle publication Better Homes and Gardens is offering consumers a free admission pass to visit their local public gardens free of charge on May 6, 2011.
In support of National Public Gardens Day, presented by the American Public Gardens Association and Rain Bird, Better Homes and Gardens is offering consumers a free admission pass to visit their local public gardens free of charge on May 6, 2011.
National Public Gardens Day is a national day of awareness in which communities nationwide are invited to visit and learn about the important role their public gardens play in promoting environmental stewardship and awareness, plant and water conservation, and more. Now in its third year, National Public Gardens Day was created in partnership between the American Public Gardens Association (APGA) and irrigation product and service provider, Rain Bird.
As an exclusive media partner, Better Homes and Gardens is offering a free admission pass on www.bhg.com/freegarden good for two free adult admissions to public gardens participating in National Public Gardens Day. A list of gardens across the nation that are participating in this event is available at bhg.com/freegarden or http://www.nationalpublicgardensday.org/.
Local gardens include Tyler Arboretum & Longwood Gardens