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The Assistant Director of the Chicago Botanic Garden and the Director of Plant Collections Andrew Bunting (left) created the new exhibition Brazil in the Garden with Outdoor Floriculturist Tim Pollak. The exhibition will run until Oct. 15 at 1000 Lake Cook Road, Glencoe. Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media
The Assistant Director of the Chicago Botanic Garden and the Director of Plant Collections Andrew Bunting created the new exhibition Brazil in the Garden with Tim Pollak, outdoor floriculturist.
The yellow berries base plant is a part of the exhibition in the Heritage Garden.
Bromeliads fill in the foliage in the Crescent Garden.
Megan Bernard, Editor
12:15 am CDT August 17, 2017

Leave the North Shore and step into Brazil when you visit the Chicago Botanic Garden in Glencoe this season.

The garden became more bold, vibrant and biodiverse on June 15 when its new exhibit “Brazil in the Garden” opened. The exhibition includes native plants from Brazil, music nights and garden chef series, among other exhibitions.