Macon-Bibb County is the first community to partner with the State Botanical Garden of Georgia and the Mamsie Lanier Center for Native Plant Studies at UGA to put in gardens of native plants. The first plants went in Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 at Rose Hill Cemetery and the Camellia Garden at the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian lfabian@macon.com
Macon-Bibb County is the first community to partner with the State Botanical Garden of Georgia and the Mamsie Lanier Center for Native Plant Studies at UGA to put in gardens of native plants. The first plants went in Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015 at Rose Hill Cemetery and the Camellia Garden at the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian lfabian@macon.com

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Macon branching out with native plants from State Botanical Garden at UGA

November 03, 2015 6:13 PM

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