2 edition of Maple Valley Iris Gardens, 1938 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Maple Valley Iris Gardens|
|Publishers||Maple Valley Iris Gardens|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Look for the QR codes on the garden signs for Noteworthy Plant tours green and History tours maroon. Reported catalog references: Inter-State 1932; Sass 1932; Nesmith 1934; Wassenberg 1938. The diversity of naturally-occurring species and their proclivity to interbreed has led to the development of a plethora of hybrid types well-known and much-loved by the average gardener.
TLaurin Photo by Nancy McDonald-The Pickle Barrel Collection. The flowers are large, well formed, of pure even color tone and are gracefully carried on tall well branched stems.
Discover the joys of Northwest gardening as you stroll 53-acres of display gardens and native woodlands. However, new plantings, begun in the mid-1980s, and continued in earnest in 2004, feature natives of China, Japan and temperate regions of southeastern Asia.
Auburn, WA Soos Creek Botanical Garden was developed to be a stroll garden inspired by English and Japanese gardens. A delightfully clear and beautiful bluish pink that everyone loves. They are primarily valued for their attractive leaves, which come in various shades of green or 1938 white and gold variegation.
The stream continues down through the garden and ends in a quietly splashing pool and sitting area near the entrance. The Olivia Turlington Miller Sasanqua Circle provides another seating opportunity amidst the fall blooms; it was given by her family and friends. Eugene Aromi, is being brought together with the help of nurseryman Maarten van der Giessen of Semmes, AL and we hope to start adding Maple Valley Iris Gardens in 2015-16. It is flanked by two rock gardens, where curious iris relatives from the southern hemisphere are grown, along with selected succulents, bulbs and dwarf perennials suitable for these features.
Ladew Topiary Gardens aims to be a resource to the community, a place of beauty where all are welcome.
Locally popular — and justifiably so — is Camellia japonica, the Japanese camellia, which blooms in many variations of pink, white and red during late winter and early spring.
A beautiful sweeping path of Alabama bluestone provides access to restroom facilities.
Some are unusually long-lived as well.
The garden was founded by Dr.
The garden is free and open year-round, daily from dawn to dusk.