Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Springtime

Spring at the Study find the daffodils, tulips, magnolia and viburnum blooming profusely. The cool spring benefited the magnolia trees. The pink and white blooms created a wonderful show on the Study grounds. Museum visitors are in awe of these regal trees!

Daffodils and tulips invites the visitor to tour the gardens. The 3.5 acre Museum grounds are covered in spring beauty, saw-tooth violet, trillium, dog-tooth violets and many other wildflowers.

Visitors approaching the Study find themselves surrounded by the fragrance of viburnum. The small white viburnum bloom is packed with fragrance! The Study is graced by viburnum, mockorange, butterfly bush, hostas, iris and colorful annuals. No matter what time of year, there is always something of interest to the Study's visitors.

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