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Created 3-Apr-19
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Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is a privately funded 55-acre estate that was once the home of the Cheek family, famous for making Maxwell House Coffee, so named because it was first sold at an upscale Nashville hotel called the Maxwell House. Each spring, Cheekwood hosts Cheekwood in Bloom, an impressive display of floral color that includes 150,000 blooming bulbs--snowdrops, crocus, hyacinths, daffodils, magnolias, redbuds, dogwoods, boxwood, conifer, crape myrtle, daylily, dogwood, fern, herb, holly, hosta, hydrangea, Japanese maple, magnolia, and Southeastern US natives, redbud, and trillium.

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