Eventually I arrived at a gazebo. It was covered in vines. The path ended there, so I had to backtrack the way I came. Along the path there was another bench in a semicircle. This one was more hidden by foliage.
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
The Butterfly Garden included wooden bridge across a small pond. I had to dodge a few water sprinklers. There was bench that was almost hidden in its own semicircle.
So I returned to the main pathway. I soon found myself walking the paths of the Hydrangea Garden. The small trails, made up of stones, were lined with hydrangeas.
Friday, October 24, 2008
At the end of the Prehistoric Plant Trail there was a children’s play area. I soon found a second arch marking the exit for the trail. It brought me back to the main pathway.
Soon I found myself in front of an arch that marked with Prehistoric Plant Trail. This section was set up for educating young folks. It included signage about the plants and individual signs for the different ferns.
Again I found myself on the main pathway that connects all the gardens. Here are shots that show where I’ve been and where I’m going. Along the way I passed a meeting area constructed out of large logs.