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Tour the Huntington Library Gardens

SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA The extensive gardens of the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA. cover 120 acres and feature 14,000 trees, plants and flowers from around the world.

Tour the Desert, Japanese and Chinese Gardens at Huntington Gardens

SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA: Gardens at the Huntington Library: Desert Garden, Japanese and Chinese Gardens

Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden

FT. BRAGG, CALIFORNIA: The 47-acre garden stretching from Highway 1 to the Pacific Ocean with rhododendrons, roses, heaths and heathers, begonias, succulents and more. Learn more at the Mendocino Coast Botanic Garden website.

Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens – Aerial!

FT. BRAGG, CALIFORNIA See this 47-acre garden stretching from Highway 1 to the Pacific Ocean with rhododendrons, roses, heaths and heathers, begonias, succulents and more. Learn more at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens website.

Visit Santa Barbara Botanical Gardens

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA: Explore Santa Barbara’s Public Gardens. As part of National Public Gardens Day, many extraordinary Santa Barbara locations offer discounts and activities. With Billy Goodnick.

Moorten Botanical Gardens

PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA: Moorten Botanical Gardens is a great place to spend a couple of hours meandering through the desert trails looking at beautiful cactus specimen some very rare ones too. Pet tortoises, bird aviary and a retail store for all types of cactus are there for your enjoyment.

Herb Wall at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Learn about the Herb Wall in the Edible Garden! Get tips on how to create your own vertical growing garden.  With Moe Hemmings. Learn more about the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden

ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Step into a world of magic and serenity at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where new additions like the Fuqua Orchid Center treat visitors to a rare collection of high-elevation orchids never before grown in the southeast. From US City Traveler.

Champion of Trees – Morton Arboretum

LISLE, ILLINOIS: Trees need champions today. Their survival depends on people—people taking action to protect and preserve them. Trees filter our air and water, reduce energy use, furnish wildlife habitats, and create beauty, and they need human help to continue. Learn more at the Morton Arboretum website.

4 Seasons at the Morton Arboretum

LISLE, ILLINOIS: The Morton Arboretum collects and studies trees, shrubs, and other plants from around the world. Arboretum donors and members, volunteers and staff all work together to make the Arboretum a leader in tree science, conservation, and education. Visit the Morton Arboretum website.

Lurie Garden with Mike Nowak, Pt. 1

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS From Mike Nowak’s Dig in Chicago: Visit Lurie Gardens and discover what makes this rooftop garden so special.

Lurie Garden with Mike Nowak, Part 2

CHICAGO, IL: From Mike Nowak’s Dig in Chicago: Get an in-depth look at the plant life that makes up Lurie Gardens with Jennifer Davit, Director.