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Orlando's Leu Gardens Re-Opens After Volunteers Clear Hurricane Ian Storm Damage

Harry P. Leu Gardens, Orlando's beautiful 50-acre botanical oasis has re-opened following storm damage caused by Hurricane Ian.

Leu Gardens had sustained damage to plants, as well as losing a number of uprooted trees, the gardens remained temporarily closed until staff and volunteers cleared debris from the gardens and pathways, together with removing downed trees.

Leu Gardens Orlando

Leu Gardens re-opened to the public on Monday, October 10, 2022, thanks to volunteers from around the community who cleared the storm debris and helped prepare it for its opening.

Leu Gardens Jazz’n Blues Concert

The parks re-opening allows Leu Gardens to host its Jazz’n Blues Concert this Saturday, October 15, beginning at 7 p.m.

Multiple musical acts will take the stage during the concert, including Slickwood, Thom Chambers Group, and Mud Rooster Blues.

Lobos Coffee Roasters will be onsite to sell wine, beer, coffee and desserts, and attendees are encouraged to bring their own dinner.

For more information on the park, its hours of operation, or upcoming events, visit the Harry P. Leu Gardens website.

Leu Gardens Orlando

Harry P. Leu Gardens situated in Orlando is a semi-tropical and tropical gardens oasis in Orlando, 50 acres of landscaped grounds and lakes, with trails shaded by 200-year-old oaks and forests of camellias in the heart of the city, just minutes from Downtown.

The trails wind through different tropical environments that boast bamboos, palms, rose bushes and even butterfly gardens.


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