The Huntington Library Botanical Garden is a must-see if you’re ever in Pasadena, California. I went there this past March, and it was amazing. There’s just so much to take in and experience. And, as with any botanical garden, what’s on view changes with each season. A few areas within the garden were closed to the public on account of renovations, which means…… I must plan to visit again.
Look at this amazing mosaic stonework. I’d love to have a patio like that.
The desert garden was my favorite, perhaps because the various cacti pictured do not naturally exist in the northeast. I admit, I have cactus envy.
And, if you stroll the path “down under”, you’ll stumble upon these Australian bottle trees, which remind me of pudgy elephant legs.
Well, I hope you enjoyed this sampling of the Huntington Library Botanical Garden. Perhaps you’ll put it on your “bucket” list. I think you should.
The next post will conclude my trip to California, and in which I’ll reveal what the “mystery” photo is.