C A R O L I N E D E A N W I L D F L O W E R G A R D EN
Project Leader: Billie Oliver Location: Municipal Park, Opelika, Alabama. The trail is accessed through the Salem Shotwell Covered Bridge on Park Rd. Project Description: Native plant collection in a woodland setting. Selected native azaleas and wildflowers from Caroline Dean's wildflower collection have been transplanted to this new home in Opelika's Municipal Park by Lee County Master Gardeners. Once the garden is complete and mature it will serve as a wildflower learning center and sanctuary. The CDWT is open to the public during park hours. We are looking forward to this year's blooms and the promise they bring for a future display that will only improve over time. Click on the following to see CDWT plant lists: Shrubs & Perennials, Ferns and Understory Trees To see online identification information and photographs of wildflowers of the Southeastern United States visit the Caroline Dean Wildflower Collection.
Volunteers are welcome. If you would like to volunteer to help at any of the Lee County Master Gardener projects, please contact the Lee County Cooperative Extension Service Office, 600 S. 7th Street, Opelika AL 36801 to be connected with a project leader. Office: 334-749-3353