My husband and I visited on our way to a winery tour. Visiting in June, we were not likely to see much, but still wanted to see it. We had read that it was 10 acres of lilacs with a collection of over 1200 plants and 200 different varieties, even not in bloom this would be spectacular to see. When we arrived, the windows were down in the car and we could already smell them before getting out. The smell was amazing. I love lilacs! As we thought, we had missed the blooming season, but we decided to walk around anyway. The bushes were quite large, probably planted in 1967 when the garden was created. We found several bushes with some blooms and enjoyed our own little game of "find the blossoms". Even without it being blooming season, it was a sight to see and smell.
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