14 peace gardens across New York State offer magnificent display of flowers
Batavia, N.Y. - The old saying "April showers bring May flowers" is proven to be true yet again. The Bicentennial Peace Garden Trail, which stretches across New York State from Lewiston to Oswego, is full of blossoming flowers and plants. Guests are encouraged to visit the 14 permanent gardens now through October to experience them in bloom and witness their beauty.
The Peace Garden Trail spans across the Greater Niagara, Finger Lakes and 1000 Islands/Seaway regions of New York State. Blooming annually from May to October, each garden is unique in style and design. Thanks to volunteers, museum staff members and local Master Gardeners, the gardens are brimming with a variety of flowers in vibrant colors.