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Medicine Wheel Garden

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clemson_grad79 wrote a review May 2017
north_alabama530 contributions171 helpful votes
This small garden with paved paths running through it has all sorts of various native plants typically found in the wild that have multiple uses like medicine. The plants are all labeled with name and it's uses. If one were to read all the labels and associated information this could take a couple of hours.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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amp123456789 wrote a review Mar 2017
Hattiesburg, Mississippi7 contributions1 helpful vote
The medicine garden is wonderful to walk through I recommend coming here. Hidden behind buildings it can be hard to fine
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Kathy E wrote a review Apr 2016
Portage, Michigan1,924 contributions128 helpful votes
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Not the easiest place to find ( behind the Nursing building on the left looks like a circle of weeds ) If you are native American or intersested in native plants you will find this interesting. All plants are labeled with the tribe and what it was used for.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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The S wrote a review Apr 2016
Navarre, Florida14 contributions1 helpful vote
A bit hard to find with some construction on campus, but worth it if you're interested in Native American Indians.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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msstas1 wrote a review Mar 2016
Bradley, Illinois77 contributions16 helpful votes
We walked through this garden as we strolled the grounds of the university. There is a large variety of plants, some which I have never heard of before. The Native American symbols and art pieces were very interesting. This is a very small garden in the midst of the campus, took a short time to get through it.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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