Botanical Gardens Pasadena

Ad Descanso Gardens 767 reviews Botanical Gardens, Venues & Event Spaces 1418 Descanso DrLa Canada Flintridge, CA 91011 Phone number 949-4200 i visited for the first time last weekend. i wasn't sure what to expect (note to self: next time check yelp) and thought it would be more like huntington gardens. instead, i found it… read morebotanical gardens pasadena 1Henry Huntington’s superintendent, William Hertrich, was instrumental in developing the various plant collections that comprise the foundation of the Botanical Gardens. Together, they molded the working ranch into a botanical collection of rare and exotic plants. They searched local nurseries and visited other plant collectors in the area to find mature and unique specimens. Mr. Huntington imported plants from many parts of the world to experiment with their cultivation in Southern California.botanical gardens pasadena 26. The Huntington Children’s Garden 6 reviews Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford RdSan Marino, CA 91108 Phone number 405-2100 My granddaughter loves the children's garden here! Ok, let's tell the truth, I love this children's garden and need to take her as cover for my glee.   The entire area is self… read morebotanical gardens pasadena 3What a feast for the senses! I wasn't expecting such an extensive array of gardens. Not only are the indoor conservatories very nice, but the outdoor gardens are immense. Such variation, too. Then, there are the art installations and library. I plan to return many times, so I bought a membership.botanical gardens pasadena 4Fuzi7 Palm Springs, California Level Contributor 20 reviews 4 attraction reviews 2 helpful votes “So much more than expected” Reviewed 4 days ago NEW What a feast for the senses! I wasn't expecting such an extensive array of gardens. Not only are the indoor conservatories very nice, but the outdoor gardens are immense. Such variation, too. Then, there are the art installations and library. I plan to return many times, so I bought a membership. Helpful? Thank Fuzi7 Reportbotanical gardens pasadena 5“So much more than expected” Reviewed 4 days ago NEW What a feast for the senses! I wasn't expecting such an extensive array of gardens. Not only are the indoor conservatories very nice, but the outdoor gardens are immense. Such variation, too. Then, there are the art installations and library. I plan to return many times, so I bought a membership. Helpful? Thank Fuzi7 Reportbotanical gardens pasadena 6We have the knowledge and experience to help you raise healthy plants. Frank McDonough, the Arboretum’s Botanical Information Consultant, answers questions from the public.botanical gardens pasadena 7Docent-led Walking Tours Enjoy the quiet of the morning and the wonders of the garden with a knowledgeable volunteer docent. Tours are offered at 10am Tuesday-Friday and at 10:30am on Saturday; free with regular admission; members free. Plant question? Ask our Expert at the Arboretum We have the knowledge and experience to help you raise healthy plants. Frank McDonough, the Arboretum’s Botanical Information Consultant, answers questions from the public.botanical gardens pasadena 8A popular tourist stop, this 207 acre complex houses a library, art collection and stunning gardens.The library and art gallery contain rare books and one of the most complete collections of 18th century art outside of London.botanical gardens pasadena 9In 1903 Henry Huntington purchased the San Marino Ranch, a working ranch with citrus groves, nut and fruit orchards, alfalfa crops, a small herd of cows, and poultry. Today, the estate is home to more than a dozen spectacular gardens spread across 120 acres.botanical gardens pasadena 10Reflecting the traditional style of scholar gardens in Suzhou, China, the Garden of Flowering Fragrance features a 1.5-acre lake, a complex of pavilions, a teahouse and tea shop, stone bridges and waterfalls set against a wooded backdrop of mature oaks and pines.botanical gardens pasadena 11The Lily Ponds were developed first. They were heated at the time to maintain the giant-leafed Amazon water lily during the relatively cool Southern California winters. Huntington and Hertrich also worked together on the Palm, Desert, and Japanese gardens and planned the North Vista and the landscaping around the mansion.

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