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Craft Garden

The Craft Garden started in 2003 as a collaboration among artists, community members and gardeners. Today, the plants in the garden are divided into four sections: baskets, textiles, dyes and papers. In the Craft Garden, you will discover the craft process–from planting to the production of materials. Some artists use the garden as a space for site-specific installations, create work for the garden or lead workshops that use garden materials. Because growing seasons differ for each plant, we encourage you to plan a visit to experience our garden at different times of the year.

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