Living in the Sierra foothills, we manage a week in Mendocino only once a year and we always visit these charming gardens. When one realizes that all this magnificence is the result of enthusiastic volunteer labor, it’s all the more impressive!
At this time of the year, the rhododendrons are in full bloom and they do look beautiful!
When you visit, take your time to meander through the grounds and take in all there is to see.
The reward, at the halfway point is to reach the Headlands where the ice plants are in bloom. The diversity of color is amazing! The sea view isn’t half bad either.
If you visit the gardens once, you’ll return again and again, hopefully at different seasons when you can enjoy different specimens at their peak.
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