... and I visited in March, when the rhododendrons are not in flower. The structure of the gardens has been well planned, and the volunteers involved with this Garden have made it an attraction to be visited, and revisited, in each season. It's a lovely haven from the rest of the world, and when the rhododendrons are in flower I could easily spend at least half a day there. I'm planning my next trip for spring.
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