Ashley Darland, an education coordinator at the arboretum, helped three-year-old Turner Denning (both are from Lexington) pot a begonia as The Arboretum, in Lexington, opened its new children's garden on Saturday,  May 14, 2011.  Photo by Mark Ashley 11987
Ashley Darland, an education coordinator at the arboretum, helped three-year-old Turner Denning (both are from Lexington) pot a begonia as The Arboretum, in Lexington, opened its new children's garden on Saturday, May 14, 2011. Photo by Mark Ashley 11987 Mark Ashley
Ashley Darland, an education coordinator at the arboretum, helped three-year-old Turner Denning (both are from Lexington) pot a begonia as The Arboretum, in Lexington, opened its new children's garden on Saturday, May 14, 2011. Photo by Mark Ashley 11987 Mark Ashley

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