Garden Photo of the Day - A Flowering Labyrinth


Labyrinth - Regner Park 

Walking a labyrinth helps relax the mind and engage the body.  It provides a venue for a moving meditation and appeals to people of all ages and cultures
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The West Bend Labyrinth Gardens in West Bend, Wisconsin provides a beautiful setting for meditative walking. Retired schoolteacher Barb Robertson first saw a labyrinth garden in Montana and decided to build a labyrinth garden in her town. 



After gathering a few grants to get started, permission from the city and a core of dedicated volunteers, the West Bend Labyrinth Garden Earth Sculpture became a reality.

Designated a Daylily Display Garden in 2009 by the American Hemerocallis Society, the garden has become a showplace each summer.  The garden is located within Regner Park, 800 N. Main Street, West Bend. 








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  1. What a beautiful thing she was inspired to create.

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    1. Terra - I agree! what a wonderful legacy and a gift for all....

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