The next time you walk by the garden, take note of all the trees that have sprung up in the past week.
In many cases, there may not even be any trees in the garden.
That’s because there aren’t any trees.
The only trees in Atlanta’s parks are those that are planted and maintained by local agencies.
Atlanta Botanical Gardens is one of those.
The city recently launched an initiative to remove tree-planting regulations, but there’s one rule that’s still in place: trees must be planted and kept as they are.
For now, that rule applies to the gardens.
The garden’s gardens and gardens of the surrounding area will be allowed to grow as long as they stay under a specific set of rules, including that they must be located within 100 feet of other parks.
This includes the Atlanta Botanic Garden, which is located in Buckhead.
The plan to remove the tree ordinance is part of a wider effort to encourage the growth of urban forests.
Last year, Atlanta City Council approved a proposal to build two new green spaces on a portion of Interstate 285 between I-75 and Georgia 400, a proposed highway that connects Buckhead with the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta.
While the city’s plan would have seen green spaces built on the highway, the new parks wouldn’t have the same level of public space and amenities as the existing park.
The proposal would have also allowed the parks to grow larger and create a larger canopy of trees.
Now, the city is asking for public feedback on the plan.
The community is encouraged to comment on the proposal by sending an email to the city office.
The new trees in Buckyard will be planted in two different areas: The first is on the northeast corner of the park.
This area will include a picnic table and a bench, a small stage, and an open space for families to gather.
The other area will cover the northeast portion of the north-side of the garden from I-85 to Georgia 400.
This will include the area that is currently covered by the existing tree canopy.
The first section will be covered with tree trunks and branches, and will be open for public viewing.
The second section will feature a bench and open space.
It will also feature a picnic bench and picnic tables.
The green space on the east side of the area will also be covered by tree trumps and branches.
The trees will grow to a height of about 15 feet.
In the future, the tree canopy will expand as well, to allow for the growth and expansion of more trees.
In addition, the park will also receive a new outdoor amphitheater, a play area and a large outdoor play area.
The amphitheaters and play areas will be designed to encourage outdoor play in an area with limited access.
The park will provide space for a tree canopy, including benches and a picnic area, as well as the ability to build new trees and create more trees of your own.
The next step is for the community to participate in the plan by submitting comments to the City Council.
The goal is to create an open, transparent process where everyone can have input.
The City of Atlanta will make its decision on whether to allow trees to grow and grow and expand in Buckworth in June.