SPOKANE, Wash. - Gardeners at Manito Park on Spokane's South Hill are busy planting!
Duncan Garden is prized for its classic European Renaissance style.
Thirty-six varieties of annuals were planted Wednesday afternoon, but it'll take a while longer until the expansive, manicured garden explodes with summertime color.
"We start seeing the whole garden have some color at the end of June, but the real show time is mid August," said Jed Wagner, a gardener for the park. "A little longer than some people think but we really get the fullness and the color around then."
Luckily, while you wait, there are other attractions to visit at Manito, like the perennial gardens, blooming lilacs, and Japanese gardens.
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