Botanical garden to be open from February 2018

Chicago Botanic Garden, which is owned by the National Parks Service, will be open on February 12, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., said Nancy M. Smith, chief of the botanical gardens.

She said it will open to the public and is one of the largest gardens in the country.

The gardens will offer an array of natural plants and wildlife habitat, as well as plant life and flowers, including a live music garden, a bird sanctuary and a wildlife sanctuary.

Smith said the garden will be free to the general public and will offer free admission.

The parks service is partnering with Chicago Botanical Garden to expand its habitat and plant life in the National Park System.

It also plans to open a wildlife refuge for birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.

Smith said the park is working with the National Marine Fisheries Service to establish the area as a protected bird habitat.

The bird sanctuary will be in addition to the garden, which will include a bird exhibit, an aquarium, and a visitor center, she said.

Smith also said the gardens will provide a safe space for people to enjoy nature.

“I think that the botanic gardens and the National Museum of Natural History are the ideal places to go to see and learn about plants,” she said, adding that the gardens offer an opportunity for people who want to see animals.