The interior also features a counter for potting supplies and a sink for washing off. Photo by Frank Doering.  Photo 7 of 8 in Botanical Garden Pavilion
The 1,000-square-foot pavilion was completed in 2009 as a volunteer structure and tool shed--though today its used far more by the public than initially anticipated. "The garden was wiped out after the storm," McKay recalls. "There was nothing, zero. Volunteers came in and replanted everything." Photo by Frank Doering.  Photo 1 of 8 in Botanical Garden Pavilion
The facade featuring the polycarbonate wall was meant to be the extent of the public side of the pavilion. It has, however, garnered great interest and is now used frequently by those besides the garden volunteers. "People wanted to have parties and lectures in it," McKay says. "It went from this little potting shed into a really beautiful pavilion that people can use for other things." Photo by Frank Doering.  Photo 8 of 8 in Botanical Garden Pavilion
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