What’s Blooming in the Garden: Week of September 18
Fall is on the horizon and the Dorothy and John Bohannon Rose Garden is sending out its last blush of blooms for the year. In addition to the roses, we have serval lilies, two different colors of angel trumpets and Arabian Jasmine blooming throughout our 87 acres. Make sure to listen to Georgiann Keller’s audio blog while scrolling through the pictures below to learn more about each bloom’s location, then invite a friend to come with you to find what’s blooming. Remember, pictures can only show you how pretty each flower is. Some plants, like the Arabian Jasmine and roses, have incredible fragrances that can only be experienced in person!
Photos from the Garden
Visually enticing new walkway
Lush, bedding, gardens
Pink angel trumpet
Yellow angel trumpet
White garland Lilly or Hedychium coronarium
Huntington 100’s or ‘life of the party’
Fame rose surrounded by canna and taro
Beach spider lily
Red Amaryllis with bromeliads in the Display Greenhouse
To see these blooms and the rest of the Garden in person, purchase tickets here.