The Friends of the Wild Flower Garden, Inc was founded for those who are interested in promoting and perpetuating this one remaining area so close to a busy metropolis. This bit of wilderness provides a place to get away from the pressure of city living. The right to enjoy plants and animals in their native habitat. We should exert every effort to preserve these natural conditions as a rest center for those who need them. Here can be seen in season practically all native flowers of Minnesota. Here it is a pleasure to follow the trails through the Reserve, some of them ancient Indian trails. We are most grateful to those who have given of their time and skill to insure a successful garden. What a beautiful heritage to leave to the coming generation. Former Curator Martha Crone
Bog in the Woodland Garden
Great Medicine Spring
Memorials in the Garden
Restoration of Hepatica Hill
The Old "Office" Replaced
Upland Garden -Historical Notes
Then and Now - historical scenes with contemporary views.