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The Lannin at Eisenhower Park sees its garden grow

Taking a stroll around The Lannin in Eisenhower Park will put some spring in your step, thanks to help from two Long Island companies.

On Monday, March 18, landscapers from Terra Verde Landscape Architecture & Design, P.C. planted more than 1,750 pansies, delivered by Emma’s Garden Growers in Melville. The flowers were planted around the two massive fountains at The Lannin, a new hospitality venue in Eisenhower Park in East Meadow.

Pansies were also planted around the entryway and along the edges of the garden patio, beautifying the spaces where weddings are held.

“We did a whole blend of colors, yellow, orange, purple, blue,” Daniel Greller of Terra Verde, said in a written statement. “It just brings you back to life. It’s hopeful, it’s spring. The winter is behind us, and we’ve got this great season upon us.”

The flowers that were planted are of the colorful “Jewel Mix” variety. Pansies are perennials that have been cultivated around the world, and more than 400 types are known to exist.

The Lannin is one of three new venues in Eisenhower Park operated by Trahanas Hospitality Group, which also operates the concessions at Jones Beach and Robert Moses State Park.

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