We’re always looking to highlight the Garden’s hidden treasures, and this week’s What’s Blooming does just that by highlighting Bonsai, a Japanese art form that uses small containers and trees to mimic the shale and scale of full-sized trees, which can be located in the Japanese Garden. But Garden volunteer Georgiann Keller doesn’t stop there! From the newest dahlias to the Madagascar Palm (which can take up to 10 years to mature to the point it will bloom), Keller highlights hidden treasures and provides fun facts that will make your next visit even more exciting.
Photos from the Garden
Bonsai, a Japanese art form that uses small containers and trees to mimic the shape and scale of full-size trees
Pink Lady Lily
Top left to right: Einstein dahlia and yellow dahlia. Bottom left to right: Magic Moment dahlia and Cafe au lait dahlia.
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