What’s Blooming in the Garden: May 5

What’s Blooming in the Garden: May 5

As soon as you walk through the Garden’s gates you are greeted with vibrant colors, and they continue throughout your visit. The Rose Garden remains a centerpiece, but if you’re a regular visitor, you won’t be disappointed with the new blooms popping up daily, some of which are included in Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller’s audio tour your below. New blooms this week include yellow angel trumpets (which are a magnet for hummingbirds!), desert mallow and sticky monkey-flowers, which are a favorite of Keller’s.  So before you head to the Garden next, be sure to take a listen so you’ll know what areas to pay special attention to.

 

 


 

Photos from the Garden

Yellow Angel Trumpet
Yellow Angel Trumpet

River of California poppy
River of California poppy

Desert Mallow
Desert Mallow

Sticky monkey flower and blue foothill penstemon
Sticky monkey-flower and blue foothill penstemon

Georgie Red Monkey Flower
Georgie red monkey-flower

California buckeye
California buckeye

Matilija poppy
Matilija poppy

 


 

The Garden has remained open to serve the community by being a place to encourage wellness and health through nature and open space. Please help keep us open by considering a gift to the Garden. You can do so here.

 

 

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