Our Valentine adventure continues at the Garvan Woodland Gardens, a 210-acre wooded peninsula transformed by professional designers and craftsmen into a world-class botanical garden. Hubby and I love to go to gardens and anything that makes us closer to nature. But the funny thing is, we seem to always visit at the wrong time of the year when flowers don't bloom and animals do hibernate. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the view the garden has to offer. We had fun taking photos and exploring the entire garden. It was a fantastic way to date on a Valentine's Day. We did more than just a stroll in the park, we literally marvel at the natural beauty unfolding in front of us.
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