The recent rains have made the Garden come to life. Not only are there vibrant colors bursting everywhere throughout the Garden, but you can even smell spring in the air. This week Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller walks us through the latest blooms including lilac, calendula, alstroemeria, and artichokes. See below for photos to help you visualize the walk Georgiann takes us on.
Photos from the Garden
Lilac by the Brazilian Pepper tree
Calendula and alstroemeria
Bearded iris around Teha sculpture
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