What’s Blooming at the Garden: April 28

What’s Blooming at the Garden: April 28

As the weather warms up, more areas of the Garden are coming to life. Thankfully, quite a few of them are in the shade including the Fuschia Garden, the Lower Meadow, and areas around Tram Road. This week, Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller walks us through the latest blooms including Tree Dahlia, Shaving Brush tree, Echinopsis hybrids, and, of course, the Rose Garden. Now is a great time to head to South Coast Botanic Garden to see these blooms while they last, just be sure to follow proper social distancing, bring your cloth face cover, and listen to Keller’s latest audio to make the most of your visit! Enjoy!

 


 

Photos from the Garden


Fuschia species Fulgens

Fuchsia cultivar Heidi Ann
Fuchsia cultivar Heidi Ann

 
Roses in the Lower Meadow
Roses in the Lower Meadow
 
Edge of Lower Meadow
Edge of Lower Meadow
 
Tree Dahlia
Tree Dahlia
 
 
Shaving brush tree and fossil 
 
Echinopsis hybrids
 
Trace with Cape Chestnut trees
Trace with Cape Chestnut trees in the background


Grand Spear Lily


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