This is where Danny was working when I first met him
You’re strolling leisurely through a shaded oak hammock, sweet jasmine hanging in the air. An orange and black monarch flutters by.
This is the sound of peace. No children, no demands, no work.
Surrounded by daisies, golden asters, huge sunflowers and moss laden trees in this woodland setting, you breathe in the tranquility that is Bok Tower Gardens, a sensory delight of natural color and fragrance. Wild flora and fauna (longed to use that expression properly, yay me!) grace this 50 acre garden and National Historic Landmark developed by noted landscape architect Frederick Olmstead, Jr. in 1929.
Founder Edward Bok gifted this contemplative place to the American people and President Calvin Coolidge designated it a national landmark that same year.
Experiencing Bok Tower is stepping back to a simpler time, when beautiful building design and arboretums were valued.
Housed near tiny Lakes Wales in central Florida, this botanical gem is…
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