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Great News about the AOS Gardens

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    Default Great News about the AOS Gardens

    I was just checking the AOS site to see what the decision was about closing the gardens to the public, and I am so happy to read some really great news!! The gardens will remain open!!

    AOS | AOS Botanical Gardens to Remain Open

    I can't wait to make another trip up there, and for anyone who lives, or will be visiting the South Florida area, I highly recommend a day trip to see both the Orchid Society grounds, as well as the Morikami Museum and Gardens. They are right opposite each other, so plan to do both the same day.


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    That would be a must-see place if I am visiting the South Florida in the future. Thank you for the update, Anne!

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    Cool. I thought that it was already closed. Glad they are able to keep it open for public visits.

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    Glad it will remain open. It must be something to see.

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    Wonderful ! Please keep it open in the near future, it will be difficult to convince the US visa authorities that I need to visit the US to see the AOS gardens as they might be closed hehe. I think Margo already confirmed this during her visit with all those wonderful photos !

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