MEMPHIS, Tenn. – David Rogers’ Big Bugs are officially inhabiting the grounds no through Dec. 31 at the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Ten giant wooden bug sculptures, representing eight different species, are now placed throughout the 96 acres of the Garden in each insect’s natural habitat.
Big Bugs at the Garden is the first travelling exhibit hosted by the Garden and will provide a unique insect and science educational experience for the community.
The display is presented by Terminix®, with support from International Paper, Speer Charitable Trust, Auto Zone, and WREG-TV.
For more information, visit www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/bigbugs.
About The Memphis Botanic Garden
The Memphis Botanic Garden is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to being an exemplary center for horticulture and environmental enrichment. Serving over 40,000 school-aged children annually, and hosting 225,000 visitors each year, Memphis Botanic Garden strives to enhance lives by connecting people with nature, increasing awareness and appreciation of our environment.
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