We planted an ephemeral labyrinth last fall…it is “constructed” of late crocus bulbs, and should be ready to walk come Easter, if it works. Won’t that be cool? And then, it will disappear until next year.
That one isn’t public, but this fall I hope to plant more. They are perfect for a church, park, or larger lawn. They can be planted right into the grass and finish blooming before mowing season begins.
Find labyrinths to walk with this Labyrinth Locator.