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Stroll Through A Botanical Garden If neither of you really have a green thumb, you can still enjoy spring's bounty by going for a leisurely stroll arm-in-arm through a botanical garden.

Especially if you live in a city where greenery is harder to find, a botanical garden is a great alternative to the park.

Saunter through the acres of beehives, watching the bees at work ...

but don't worry, they can't easily sting you through your gear!

Be His Honey Bee If you both love the outdoors (and neither of you are allergic to bees), drive out to the country for a day at a honey bee farm.

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