Spent a nice afternoon admiring the lovely bonsai in this peaceful setting. I've been here many times before, but I never tire of seeing the collection. Only one blooming tree, though a couple of trees with fruit on them! I hope to come back in the spring when many of the trees should be in bloom. There is no entrance fee, though the Rhododendron Species Garden located directly adjacent does charge to visit. Though that garden is also wonderful, we skipped it today due to time constraints and the fact that most of the plants were not in bloom...again, spring time and early summer would be an ideal time to visit.
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