Rhododendrons would be in bloom through May & there are few other flowers, but the various textures & elements make it delightful any time. The major components (just like any Japanese garden) are stones, water, & plants arranged delightfully by a Japanese landscape architecture professor. Be sure to enjoy at least part of the public tours offered 3 times daily (free with garden admission).
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