The first official day of winter is still a month away. But the season is now in full swing for shorter days and less sunshine to herald the arrival of months of cold and colorless outside landscapes.
Jodi Zombolo, director of visitor events and programs for The Chicago Botanic Garden, says fall bulbs "fill the bill" as the perfect teaching tool for families.
CEDAR LAKE | Mrs. Regina Chancellor and her preschool students from Lincoln Elementary planted tulip bulbs around trees on the school campus recently.
With May right around the corner, tourists are flocking to Michigan Avenue for shopping, gourmet dining and the tulips. Thousands of blossoms turn the Magnificent Mile into a Dutch fantasy.
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