Transplanted from the home of artist Lois Blonder, this garden features an arrangement of sculptures form various artists, including Blonder herself. Keen-eyed visitors will spot gargoyles, a dinosaur skeleton, and other curious and mysterious works.
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This elegant display of flowers and shrubs lies surrounded by a towering colonnade, a row of ornate fountains, a shady portico, and historic Wilson Hall. The gardens serve the campus as a prime spot for events, studying, and relaxation.
The Community Garden allows volunteers to grow fresh fruits and vegetables for food pantries and soup kitchens, as well as their own personal use. The garden program has donated thousands of pounds of produce since its establishment in 2009. Run by the School of Social Work, the program is open to nearby residents and members of the University community.
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The Greenhouse contains both exotic plant species and those native to New Jersey. Operated by biology professor Dr. Pedram P. Daneshgar and Monmouth undergraduate students, this research and educational facility plays an important role in various Biology courses at Monmouth. The Greenhouse also provides support to the University’s Community Garden program.
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