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PHOTOS: Spring flowers planted at the Annual Flower Trial Garden

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As the trees around campus begin to bloom, so do the flowers planted in the Annual Flower Trial Gardens located by the University Center for the Arts. Only a small section of the garden has been planted, and most will be planted in late May, according to the Flower Trials website.

The purpose of the garden is to test the growth of different species of perennials in the High Plains Region. The flowers offer a beautiful place to walk, study, or enjoy a picnic with friends. It’s open to the public 24 hours a day free of charge.

Judging of the violas and pansies will take place on Wednesday, April 20th from 9am-11am in the gardens. The public is welcome to help judge.

Some sections of the CSU Annual Trial Garden have already been planted but the ret of the Garden will be planted by late May. Photo by Ryan Arb
Some sections of the CSU Annual Trial Garden have already been planted but the rest of the Garden will be planted by late May. (Photo by Ryan Arb)
CSU Alumnus Rachel Sinton (24) reads a book in the recently planted garden in front of the UCA on Tuesday. Photo by Ryan Arb
CSU Alumnus Rachel Sinton (24) reads a book in the recently planted garden in front of the UCA on Tuesday. (Photo by Ryan Arb)

 

 

 

 

 

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For more information, you can go to http://www.flowertrials.colostate.edu

Collegian Assistant Photo Editor Ryan Arb can be reached at Photo@Collegian.com or on Instagram @raphoto

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