The Norfolk Plant Garden will lay the foundation for the expansion of the “Garden of Tomorrow”

Norfolk, V. (WAVY) – Norfolk Plant Garden celebrated its new garden expansion on Wednesday.

Norfolk Botanical Parks will create more opportunities and more access as the “Tomorrow’s Garden” becomes greener and more beautiful.

Construction will begin in early 2022 and will include Brock Parking Park, Brock Entrance Pavilion, Perry Convent and the Hall’s Water Education and Paddle Center.

It will be the biggest project in the history of the garden.

The garden project says guests will no longer be waiting for a pay line. Instead, they were “baptized in the garden” from the moment they left their car.

Tomorrow’s Paradise is designed by Dill architects based on the Virginia coast.

Michael P Deplans, president and CEO of Norfolk Botanical Garden, said: We will have a much greener footprint – we will be greener than before.

Four honors: Vice Mayor Martin A. Thomas, Chief Gift Donor Joan Brock, NBG Board Chair Client Platt and specially selected NBG staff member.

Robert Graym, chief of the Punniki Indian tribe, was to attend and bless the ceremony.

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