In 2003, the Living AIDS Memorial Garden, Inc. was chosen as the public garden to represent West Virginia in the Summer edition of People Places and Plants, a regional gardening magazine that serves the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic states.

 The article, Public Gardens of the Mid-Atlantic, featured public gardens in the Mid-Atlantic States. The Garden was chosen from 8 other public gardens in West Virginia which included the Bissonnett Gardens in Wheeling; the Brooks Memorial Arboretum in Marlinton; the C. Fred Edwards Conservatory and Herb Gardens in Huntington; the Core Arboretum in Morgantown; the Joan Stifel Corson Butterfly and Wildflower Gardens in Wheeling; the Oglebay Institute’s Stifel Fine Arts Center in Wheeling; Prabhunpada’s Palace of Gold in Moundsville and the Ritter Park Rose Garden in Huntington.


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