Spending time with Wildflowers at Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, April 16, 2017

What can be more beautiful then gazing into a field of wildflowers; a myriad of colors, shapes and as I like to describe it, “harmonious chaos”.  Wildflowers can be found anywhere from cracks in the pavement to deep within the forest to the blazing hot desert, all surviving without the help of human beings.  In California people travel for miles each year just to see the California poppy reserves.  We flock to our deserts in the spring to experience the hypnotic beauty of our native desert wildflowers.  I had the opportunity to experience the wildflowers here locally at the Crescent Farm at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden.  They have created a beautiful meadow bursting with colorful native wildflowers.  Spending time in quiet contemplation with wildflowers is a transcendent and uplifting experience.  You can’t help but feel their rejuvenating, energetic vibrations.  Here are some photos from my experience this past weekend.
 

 Some flowers in the herb garden.

Some flowers in the herb garden.

 The beautiful Victorian Rose Garden

The beautiful Victorian Rose Garden

Source: http://www.arboretum.org/