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Yesterday, we asked you: Where’s your favorite place to look at flowers in the Chicago area?
Here’s what some of you said…
“The Chicago Botanic Gardens is my happy place.” — Johnna PK
“Garfield Park Conservatory where I spent many hours with my beloved Dad.” — Bernadette Eva Tilger
“Sunflowers in northwest Illinois — McHenry, Jo Davies, Carroll counties.” — Evelyn Bemis Dubbs
“The Morton Arboretum.” — Beverly Bartlett Calvert
“Downtown. They have such pretty flowers planted all over the place.” — Renee Haddon Verone
“Lincoln Park Conservatory.” — Fran Poniatowski
“Millennial Park. They are in their natural state of beauty.” — Judy Dziedzic Mascolino
“In the Forest Preserves for wildflowers.” — Mike Rogan
“Rose Gardens near Buckingham Fountain and the flower beds.” — Melanie O’Brien
“The prairie restoration area on South DLSD.” — Alexei Gaidamak