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Two spring flower displays, Part II

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Blooms in the Filoli garden

Edgewood and Filoli are only a few miles apart. Edgewood County park is 467 acres and Filoli estate is 654 acres. The Filoli residence and the English Renaissance gardens stand on 16 acres. It was built as a private residence in 1917 and was opened to public in 1975. This was our first visit. The have some wonderful wisterias and weeping forms of trees like weeping cherry. Their millions of daffodils were all spent, but the nearly 80,000 tulips were in bloom. We meandered around in no particular order. It was a weekday and yet quite crowded.

A friendly cat in the vegetable garden
The sunken garden
A stunning white wisteria (Wisteria sinensis ‘alba’).

Written by locomotoring

April 26, 2023 at 8:12 pm

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