Rotary Botanical Gardens, In my land of Cows and Plows

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Real Estate Agent with First Weber Hedeman Group

 

My family recently visited this beautiful oasis. About a 1/2 hour trip from Monroe, WI.

Rotary Botanical Gardens, Janesville, Wisconsin, a 20-acre non-profit botanic garden, is home to many dramatic and themed gardens.  Some have an international focus, such as the Japanese, Scottish, French Formal, Italian and English  Cottage Gardens.  Also included are less formally-structured gardens including one of very few Fern and Moss gardens recognized by the Hardy Fern Foundation in the United States, as well as Shade, Prairie and Woodland Gardens.  On-site are also a visitor center, gift shop, and a beautiful facility that may be rented for wedding receptions, reunions, meetings, etc. 

The gardens are open from dawn till dusk while the visitor center hours vary by season.  Guided group tours can be arranged for an additional fee; buses welcome with advance notice.  Visitor center and main garden paths are handicap accessible. 

Rotary Botanical Gardens changes with the season– each visit can bring something new.  We hope you not only visit the gardens but return in the near future as well.

From Scott Larson of Towne Square Realty in Monroe, Wisconsin

"Your Realtor of the Region"

E- Mail scott@greencountyhomeguide.com

On the web at www.greencountyhomeguide.com

I think you will be surprised how affordable the Dairyland is,

so come to my land of cows and plows and visit for a day, but stay for a lifetime

608-2124-9844 Direct

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Hi Scott, that is an adorable looking bridge.  It is fun to go to a botanical garden to see all of the variety of plants.  Thanks for sharing your beautiful oasis.

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