Across from Minnehaha Falls you’ll discover the glorious Longfellow Garden. If you happen to find yourself in the Minnehaha neighborhood May through October take the opportunity to pop in for quick visit to gardens.
In 2005, the city of Minneapolis decided it was time to put in another place for the bees to pollinate and leaves to compost. My city continues to wow me as I learn more each day.
The master gardeners have chosen the most beautiful perennials. The annuals change according to the weather encouraging healthy vegetation in the ever changing Minnesota seasons.
There is a small parking lot right out front to take a quick look around. Otherwise, we like to find a parking spot in the neighborhood close by. It is more of a walk, but then you can explore without a time frame or paying for a meter.