Posted March 06, 2020 05:31:37The Botania Road mascot, who is now at the University of Cincinnati, has been making headlines for years.
He was originally known as “the guy who gets the flowers.”
The botanical road mascot was created in the early 1900s to promote the botanical garden in the Cincinnati Botanical Garden.
Botania flowers are usually found in botanical gardens and have long been a favorite for botanists.
It’s been the subject of a lot of fascination for the Botanic Gardens Botanical Gardens of America (BGAA), which have had Botania flowers planted on its grounds since the 1890s.
The botanical path is a way for botanical experts to connect with visitors.
The Botanic gardens Botanical garden has been a breeding ground for many of the country’s best known flower families.
BGAAs botanical heritage continues to grow, the Botanian Road mascot will continue to be an icon of the Botany Road in the city of Cincinnati.
Botania Road has also been a symbol of the city for many years.
In 2010, the mascot’s name was changed to the “Man of the Year” to honor the city’s best-known flower.
Last year, the Cincinnati City Council approved a resolution that declared March 5, 2020 as Botania Day.