CHICAGO (CBS) — The first few perennials are blooming across the five acres of the Lurie Garden in Millennium Park.
“As you can see, the garden has been cut back. We cut it back two days ago. We use a lawnmower,” said Laura Ekasetya, head horticulturist at Lurie Garden. “The first crocus – I noticed the first bloom just after the cutback. It was a little bit battered and I fluffed it up and took a photo. And just today, many many opened while I was out in the garden sweeping. It was interesting.”