The Garden of Angels is visited frequently not only by butterflies and honeybees but also by people who have just lost their loved ones and are trying to heal.
The garden, which sits on quarter-acre of land next to Highway 33, is a mix of color. It includes not only different flowers but also a variety of small statues of angels. People who visit the place are welcome to pick the flowers and take them home. The creator of the Garden of Angels only asks for a donation if visitors can make one.
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