What you need to know about the new botanical garden at the University of Southern California

Posted May 05, 2018 07:19:17 The University of South Carolina has opened its first botanical Gardens of the Southern California region, and you can join in by visiting the botanical park and participating in the annual spring festival.

Botanical Gardens is a partnership between the University and the Botanical Garden of Southern Boulders, a botanical association that serves as a partnership for research, education, and outreach to the Botanic Garden of the University.

The first Botanical gardens are scheduled to open in 2019, and the next year will be the last.

A large portion of the park’s land will be dedicated to a new research and teaching center for the Botanicals, the university’s flagship campus.

The university has spent millions of dollars to build Botanical Research Center, a state-of-the-art facility that is the largest and most modern research facility in the United States.

It’s part of a $2.3 billion expansion to the university and its four campus campuses.

For a while, the new facility was scheduled to be finished in 2017, but construction was halted because of the wildfires that ravaged Southern California.

As part of the expansion, the Botany and Botanical Museum is also scheduled to reopen, and its main exhibit will be expanded, with an additional 400,000 square feet, as well as a new campus-wide exhibit. 

The botanical parks are also being expanded to include an exhibit on the history of plant evolution and the evolution of plant and animal life on earth, as a part of an ongoing partnership between South Carolina State University and NASA.

This project, which includes an exhibition and classroom, will help educate students about the evolution and history of life on Earth.

The exhibit is part of NASA’s Discovery Science Museum, which was established in 2017 to celebrate the life of the late astronaut Edgar Mitchell.

The new exhibit is expected to open early next year, and it will be a centerpiece in the universitywide exhibit, the University’s website says.