Huntington Gardens

On of my favorite gardens in California are the Huntington Botanical Gardens. The 120 acres feature 16 themed gardens and there is always something blooming. I can visit many times, and each time I’ll discover something new and enjoy the parts that I have fond memories of. This time, various camellias around the gardens, the apricot trees in the Chinese Garden and the aloe plants in the Desert Garden were in bloom.

Apart from the gardens, the Huntington has a large library and art collection which I highly recommend.

3 Replies to “Huntington Gardens”

  1. Really nice photos of the camellias, apricot blossoms and Chinese Garden. But my favorites are the ones you took of the Desert Garden. Looks like you had a beautiful day to visit.

  2. Meradeth says: Reply

    How have I never made it to this lovely spot? Definitely adding to my list! Love the way you captured it.

  3. Aunt Gail says: Reply

    Another very special day spent with you at Huntington Gardens. It was a glorious day and I especially liked the desert garden, which I hadn’t been through in years. They’ve really made it so much nicer since then.

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