Gardens in Los Angeles
Founded in 1919, The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens is world-renowned as a cultural, research and educational center. The Botanical Gardens at The Huntington feature more than a dozen specialized gardens spanning 120 acres, including the California Garden, Children's Garden, Desert Garden and Rose Garden.
Completed in 1912, the acclaimed Japanese Garden features a moon bridge, koi ponds, the historic Japanese House, ceremonial teahouse and bonsai collection. "The Japanese Garden is arguably the most popular spot at The Huntington, " says James Folsom, the Telleen/Jorgensen Director of the Botanical Gardens.
The Garden of Flowing Fragrance (Liu Fang Yuan) is one of the largest Chinese-style gardens outside of China. Designed to promote the rich traditions of Chinese culture, the 12-acre garden combines the botanical with the artistic and scholarly, featuring lakes, pavilions and bridges.//} ?>