Just across the road from the National Memorial is the Remember Me Rose Garden.
Organizers say it’s a living tribute to the crew and passengers of Flight 93.
The 13 acre site features over 1,000 flowers and offers visitors a tranquil place for remembrance.
Also on the site the original cross that stood at the first temproary Flight 93 Memorial.
They’re also planning a Jewish Garden for the four Jewish men Who were aboard the plane when it was hi-jacked
One of which was stabbed to death by the terrosists for his Jewish faith.
Organizers say the Jewish Garden will feature roses from Israel.
They hope to have it complete by next year.