We live locally and visit and refer our guests to the Botanical Garden at all times of the year without ever hearing less than a rave review. In the spring, the paths are lined with a world class collection of rhododendrons. In summer, the perennials and heritage roses peak and the children's Discovery Trail leads to a thriving vegetable garden overseen by an entire family of multi-generational scarecrows. By late August and early September, the dahlia garden is a riot of color. In early December, the gardens are illuminated for the Festival of Lights. Electric carts allow less-abled family members to join walks through the gardens and all the way to the Pacific bluffs and views of the off-shore sea stacks that are the newest National Monument. It's just a wonderful place, all around and a not to be missed part of any drive along the beautiful Mendocino coast.
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