About the Garden
The green scenery that awaits travelers as they move out of Hubbard’s Cave, traveling north out of Chicago’s business district is a welcome relief of beauty and color. Four seasons of interest are planted within the garden including Austrian Pine, Juniper shrubs, and hardy, long blooming perennials such as Catmint and Daylilies. The garden is durable yet beautiful.
100 gardens cover almost 150 acres of roadside landscapes on all major expressways leading in and out of Chicago
The Expressway Partnership Program
The Expressway Partnership Program turns dreary embankments into ribbons of green parkways weaving through the city. More than 100 gardens comprise the Program, covering almost 150 acres of roadside landscapes on all major expressways leading into and out of the city. Each garden is carefully planned using native shrubs, trees, and perennials that require fewer resources and are well adapted to the harsh roadside growing conditions. We work closely with professional landscape crews to provide plant care, weed control, mowing, and litter pickup from April through October to ensure our gardens always look their best!