morning sight not typically seen by visitors at the Garden, unless you arrive really early; the Great Lawn blanketed
Even if they aren't here early enough to catch this morning scene, visitors can still appreciate the
fabulous fall color exhibited throughout the various gardens. The Japanese
Garden is a riot of colored tranquility surrounding a lake of glass in the cool
calmness of the morning.
in the Japanese maple grove offer a variety of reds and golds
Leaves on the Crepe Myrtles surrounding the
Iris Garden can’t seem to make up their mind which color suits them best
surprise, Iris in bloom in November!
These repeat blooming (remonant) iris, planted by the Iris Society, come
in almost every color and provide an extra season of bloom, although there is no guarantee of a fall
Bald Cypress displays a soft
rust-peach color at the Pond Out Back in my Big Backyard and…whoa! Are those really icicles at Rain Drop
More like “lightcicles” as the
Garden prepares to welcome families to “Snowy Nights,” an extravaganza of lights and nightly activities opening the day after Thanksgiving.
Come for the
color...stay for the show!