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A friend recommended Sherman Gardens but I had forgotten the name of the it but on Mother's Day morning when as I was looking through an old Sunset magazine for some inspiration I turned to a page that had a feature on Corona Del Mar...More
If your in the area and enjoy the great diversity of Gods creations on the fourth day, then you'll love this place. We were disappointed when we first walked in because we had just eaten lunch and missed there quaint open air cafe in the...More
Think of this magical little spot as the Huntington Library in miniature. It makes the most of its small size and is stuffed with a surprisingly large collection of plants of all kinds. Wander through meandering paths that take you through rose gardens, greenhouses full...More
Shortribs were outstanding (5*). You must try them if you are a red meat eater. The Creme Brulee and Apple Tart were awesome. The grounds are beautiful so recommend dining here for lunch or brunch. Allow time to walk around the gardens and visit the...More
This little botanical garden is a gem tucked in a quaint neighborhood. It has a small footprint, and packs a great deal into the space, although not at all crowded or congested. The plants are fantastic, and the manner in which they are arranged is...More
Sat outside under an umbrella in a nice garden setting while enjoying an upscale brunch. The menue was limited but very fitting for our nice experience. Afterwards we toured the lush gardens and the small historical museum to learn more abiut the area's history
We enjoyed walking through this small garden. There is a greenhouse that is quite nice. There is free parking available. There is a small restaurant which unfortunately was closed by the time we got there. Also a gift shop with fairly high prices.