It’s the season for fuchsia, bromeliads and rose of Sharon! Truly, these beauties are blooming wonderfully in the Garden right now and are worth a visit to the Garden this week. And don’t worry, there’s more than that to see! Take a listen to Georgiann Keller’s latest audio blog below to find out exactly what to look out for during your visit this week and then make sure to grab your tickets in advance.
Photos from the Garden
Fuchsia ‘First Love’
Fuchsia ‘Tom West’
Fuchsia ‘Wilma Versloot’
Fuchsia ‘Zulu King’
Fuchsia procumbens ‘Variegata’
Begonia in the border of the geometric garden beds
Bromeliad flower spike at the Dorothy and Allen Lay Staghorn Fern Collection
Giant bromeliad at the Overlook by the dry creek bed
Bromeliad along the path to the right side of the dry creek bed
Daylilies in the Children’s Garden
Lavender rose of Sharon in the Children’s Garden
White rose of Sharon at the tram bench across from the Dorothy and John Bohannon Rose Garden
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