The Dali Museum’s Wish Tree comes back to life

Last week, Hurricane Irma took down the Dali Museum‘s beloved Wish Tree, a Florida ficus re-homed to the Dali following a storm in South Florida in 2010. Since the storm, the grounds crew at the museum has been hard at work, restoring the tree back to its rightful place, securing its roots, and cleaning up the rest of Dali’s “avante-garden.” Much of the garden remains closed as workers restore it to its rightful order, but it will soon be opening up to gather the wishes of museum patrons once again.


See our previous story on the Wish Tree here.

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Megan Holmes

By day, Megan writes, project manages, and plays an executive assistant who needs an assistant at Big Sea. By early morning and late night, she lives at CrossFit9 with a barbell in her hands. She believes that exercise is the greatest prescription for every ailment, but that a hot cup of coffee and a nice sour beer will do in a pinch. She loves all things local – so you might spot her trying out a new eatery, biking around this beautiful city, or walking her beloved Shiba Inu, Max.

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