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Walk through a printed garden.
How can local plants and animals inspire art?
“The goal is to create the sense of a tree as though you took it out of nature” —Che Zhao Sheng
How can a tree be structured to look like a miniature version of its natural form?
Explore four botanical artworks created by Huntington Teen Volunteers and read the artists’ statements about their work.
Environmental Exploration and Environmental Storytelling
A Garden for Scholarship, Relaxation, and Human Connection
The Japanese Garden is one of the oldest gardens at The Huntington. It was started over a century ago and has undergone a great deal of change over the past 100 years.
Over the past 100 years, gardeners have transformed the Desert Garden into a 10-acre expanse with over 2000 species of succulents and desert plants.
In creating and publishing her scientific illustrations, Blackwell made important contributions to the medical field.