Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Take time to smell the --- lavender

The lavender is in full bloom this week in the museum garden, resulting in competition between the bees harvesting its nectar and the staffers who want to harvest some of it for drying.

You'll find it in the lowest of the terraced beds along the east retaining wall of the patio.

Elsewhere, there are roses, too.

A couple of varieties.

And lilies just starting to come into their own.

Remember that the museum grounds are open at all times and you're welcome to stop in to smell the lavender or just sit on a bench for a while and think about stuff.

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