There's many water fountain displays throughout and really lots of beautiful blooms in June. We saw well maintained grounds, and although small- certainly great potential. There's beautiful buildings/ space and nice gift shop. We saw folks of all ages enjoying the paths. We entered on a mid-week day, passing several volunteers who were leaving. These volunteers provide an invaluable service, their unpaid hours of labor go a long way in maintaining the gardens. A true gardener won't mind paying entrance fee- as monetary support provides needed funds. I bet with increased marketing efforts to publicize garden- this place could become a visitors hot spot. (Some signage along major freeway & road signs to direct one here). We found the provided map gave enough info to get us around, could us a bit more individual tree signage identifying specific plants. Returning in the fall will feature different plants that thrive in cooler weather.
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