Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller provides fun facts along with an update of the latest blooms here at the Garden. As we move from spring to summer, the vegetable garden is beginning to ripen with the artichoke finally showing its spectacular blooms. Whether you’re a regular Garden visitor or new to its 87-acres, Keller will provide some tips and tricks for you to experience the Garden in the best way possible.
Photos from the Garden
Pink velvet angel trumpet
Fava beans with a grasshopper on board
Purple top vervain
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