Cool Summer Fun Out of the Hot Sun
14 ways to chill during the Triangle's warmer months
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6. Stroll through a garden.
If you have a green thumb, you could plant night-blooming annuals such as flowering tobacco (Nicotiana alata), moonflower vine or night phlox. Or leave the gardening to someone else and visit some of the Triangle’s famous gardens with your kids. There are several to choose from: Sarah P. Duke Gardens, North Carolina Botanical Garden, JC Raulston Arboretum, the WRAL-TV Azalea Gardens and The Raleigh Rose Garden.
Photo courtesy of North Carolina Botanical Garden