by Jonah Holland, PR & Marketing Coordinator, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
This morning I started out to document what’s in bloom right now at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. I didn’t get very far. After leaving my office and strolling through the Woodland Walk, I quickly realized that this would have to be a catalog of simply what was in bloom just in the Woodland Walk portion of Flagler Garden, and also a small area of the Garden known as the Robert Haskell Garden. There is SO much in bloom everywhere I look at Lewis Ginter! This post was inspired by a post from Washington Gardener’s Blog. Which was in turn, originally inspired by Garden Bloggers Bloom Day where bloggers across the world can share a comprehensive listing of the beauty of what is currently in bloom in their garden.
In fact, I have so many great photos that I’ll just put a few up here. If you’d like to see the whole set, just go to our Flickr page.
Other plants in bloom at the Woodland Walk & Haskell Garden area include:
Snow Flake Hydrangea
Tree Ivy (covered in bees and wasps!)