Last Saturday I took a little stroll to Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison for a plant picture taking fiesta. I have to admit it was a little sad I couldn’t identify a lot of the plants. This first batch of pictures are from the gorgeous Sunken Garden, Meadow Garden and Rock Garden.
Olbrich was always one of my favorite places to take pictures when I was learning how to use my first film SLR camera years ago. It was looking spectacular.
It was a little too early for the lily pads to make their appearance in the pond, but the containers are looking fabulous!
Had no idea you could grow these guys back east. I found these guys hanging out in the Meadow Garden while making my way to the Rock Garden.
Thought this was a euphorbia, but it’s in the Lamiaceae family. Crazy! Stay tuned for more Olbrich posts. I was able to find every succulent in the place, along with some amazing peonies, the Thai pavillion, veggies, roses and more.
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