If you haven't visited the Children's Garden lately, you've missed something special.
Magic happens here.
In the Peter Rabbit Garden and the Ethnobotany Garden, flowers and foliage create spectacular views and vignettes, with interesting plants and diversity of color and form.
Ethnobotany Garden - Oct. 2009
The plants have been chosen with a purpose; they have stories -- of their uses, their scents, of their medicinal qualities, etc.
The morning light was lovely, and even though I didn't catch it at its peak (I had to run home and get my camera), it still reflects on how spectacular the Ethnobotany Garden has become, under the stewardship of Ginny Steadman, our Children's Garden manager.
And how inviting is the Peter Rabbit Garden, to be sure?
It's filled with exuberant flowers and welcomes children and adults alike.
We saw probably one of the last monarchs of the season there today, nectaring on the zinnias, planted by Sprouting Wings kids and adults, and self-seeded, too!