". . . and he walked a crooked mile, . . ." - Mother Goose
Lotus Bridge, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. Beyond the bridge, the main path from the Visitor Center meanders up the slope. This was taken on our first visit to the botanical garden this year, on March 18. Although many daffodils were past their prime, many nice ones remained, and some early tulips were in bloom. The long, graceful pedestrian bridge, which links several key areas of Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, is but one of several legacies of the E Claiborne & Lora M Robins family at the garden.