When describing nature, we often use the terms “Mother Earth” or “Mother Nature” and rightfully so. From our earliest stages our mothers provide protection, nourishment, and comfort. In the womb, a child relies on its mother for provision. Similarly, we rely on Mother Nature for all we need to survive. The Womb Garden invites visitors to reflect on our need for nature. The garden austere façade is symbolic of our modern lives: barren, harsh, and often bleak. However, glimpses of greenery peeking above the exterior veil urge visitors to seek out the peaceful respite within. An arching path leads individuals into a small clearing surrounded by a dense envelop of vegetation. This lush cover of planting provides a space of serenity and reflection where individuals are allowed to be nurtured by nature and truly appreciate our place within the landscape. The plants within the garden represent our global landscape, with vegetation arranged in zones corresponding the plant’s region of origin. Visitors are encouraged to consider the connectivity of our international ecologies and the beauty of earth’s botanic and cultural diversity.