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Pictured (clockwise from top left): Magnolia ‘Butterflies’, Camellia ‘Koto-No-Kaori’, Aloe ‘Tangerine’, Dombeya wallichii.

In Bloom

If you visit The Huntington during the winter months, you might be forgiven for thinking that it’s spring. The gardens are alive with colorful blooms, and the mild weather is ideal for enjoying the diversity of the landscape. Among the season’s standouts are flowering plum and peach trees and Asiatic magnolias in the Japanese and Chinese gardens, torch-like aloes in the Desert Garden, and camellias in the North Vista and Japanese Garden canyon. Other visitor favorites include the fragrant Michelia doltsopa tree outside the west entrance of the Library Exhibition Hall and the “Pink Ball” dombeya (Dombeya wallichii) below the South Terrace of the Huntington Art Gallery.

 

Pictured (clockwise from top left): Magnolia ‘Butterflies’, Camellia ‘Koto-No-Kaori’, Aloe ‘Tangerine’, Dombeya wallichii.

About The Huntington

The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution established in 1919 by Henry E. and Arabella Huntington. Henry Huntington, a key figure in the...

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