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’s spring bulb designer, Jacqueline van der Kloet, lectures about her design and her new book in time for the bulb-planting season. The people of Chicago know the long winter is officially over when the bulbs at Lurie Garden are starting to make their...read more
Heather Holm, author of the award-winning “Bees: An Identification and Native Plant Forage Guide,” will discuss the clever engineering of flowers that entice, direct, and let’s be honest, outright manipulate pollinators into helping them execute world domination. In...read more
Lurie Garden’s Free Summer Program Lineup includes lectures by four experts in their respective fields, all of whom work with pollinators as well as additional programming aimed just for the younger crowd. On June 14, urban beekeepers, Michael Thomson (Chicago Honey...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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