Come out to Rutgers Gardens on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month and see what is new on this introductory tour lead by their volunteer docents. Highlights include the Bamboo Forest, the Rain Garden and the Donald B. Lacey Display Garden. The garden is located at 130 Log Cabin Road on the Rutger's Cook Campus in New Brunswick. The tours run from 2pm - 3pm and will be held again on September 14th and September 28th. Meet at the Holly House parking lot.
Rutgers Gardens Tours
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