Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Barnes Arboretum #6 by Nancy Herman

As you come to the end of the formal gardens there is an open space where some beautiful unusual trees are planted, but on this trip I decided to examine them on the way out of the woods which were calling to me.
These woods are simply a relatively small dense patch of trees which, none the less, have all the mystery of a larger forest.  There is a big difference however as they are cared for, so they don't have vines strangling the trees or bushes and trees crowding each other.  This is a garden forest with paths and planned wild flowers.






If you look up or down you are rewarded by nature that has been lovingly cared for for a long time.  Tomorrow the coy pond and Laura Barnes' retreat.

1 comment:

Sue Marrazzo said...

Nice photos...a little big.