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Lurie Garden is a beautiful urban garden designed to invite community members and visitors to experience, enjoy, and learn about nature. The garden is maintained in an ecological-friendly manner in order to provide the maximum benefit to wildlife and act as a model of green space management. Lurie Garden is located in the southeast corner of Millennium Park.
Lurie Garden Fact Sheet
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Lurie Garden hooks-up papermakers with plants
Lurie Garden’s mow-down will be proceeded by the collection of plant material for Columbia College Chicago’s paper-making explorations. At the beginning of March Lurie Garden plants that have been standing all winter are cut down to make way for spring. This cut-down...read more
Lurie Garden decreases cut-back to gain vital insect habitat
The mowing down of the garden in spring has always been straightforward - a crew would ride their mulching mowers around the garden making a clean palette for the anticipated crocus and tulips. Lurie Garden strives to grow in its ecological benefit while maintaining...read more
Shannon Nichol Lecture: Ordinary Landmarks
Landscape Architect for Lurie Garden returns to Chicago to discuss the pressures to “go big” in design vs retaining complexity, idiosyncrasy, and natural nuance in a designed landscape. Landscape architecture has not been immune to the pressures in recent decades to...read more
Photos of Lurie Garden at different times of the year, some of its wildlife, events, and logo can be found at the link below.
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