Asheville Botanical Gardens is preparing for its next big step.
The gardens are hoping to open their first new location in three years next month with a grand opening on April 15.
They have also announced that they will have a new name and website.
The Asheville Botanic Gardens are preparing for their next big move.
The new facility will open April 15 with a Grand Opening.
A botanical Gardens in Asheville, NC.
(Photo: Asheville Botanicals)”We are excited to announce that we have selected the name of Asheville Botany Gardens, and we are excited for all of you to enjoy the new location and experience our botanical experience,” said Steve Olesen, Asheville Botansics president and chief operating officer.
The botanical parks in Asheville and across the country are a popular attraction for tourists and residents.
They have hosted festivals, special events, educational programs and even hosted a World War II Memorial on the grounds.
The garden has long been known for its beautiful gardens.
Its beautiful grounds include over 100 acres of wildflowers, wildflax trees, a large and diverse collection of flowering plants and over 100 species of flowers.
The Botanical gardens are one of the oldest botanical communities in the country.
The park opened in 1926, when the park was called the Greenbrier Botanical Garden.
Today, the park has over 70,000 plants.
The new facility is expected to open in 2019.