Annie Calovich

July 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Fried-earth policy is zapping plants, mosquitoes, butterflies and birds

I got caught in the rainstorm Tuesday evening while at the new Downing Children's Garden at Botanica. I dashed for shelters from barn to cave to treehouse to enchanted glen, shrugging off the raindrops, giddy as a kid.

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