Plant-lover's Tour

"Highlights and History of the Asian Valley"
Douglas Ruhren, Gardens Manager

  • Wednesday, March 3, 2021 – 3:00 pm4:00 pm

The forests of eastern North America and much of temperate Asia are superficially very similar. While many genera in these two areas are the same or closely related, there are also striking differences between the floras of these regions. Many of our most cherished garden plants come from Asia and have been grown in the West for centuries while species new to cultivation as well as novel selections are continually being introduced by plant collectors and breeders today. Join Douglas Ruhren, gardens manager, on a tour through this garden to see what's looking great as winter comes to an end.

Asian Valley

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