Posted by Bert Cregg
A little over six years ago Jeff Gilman called me out of the blue and asked me to be part of a new blog about the science of horticulture that he was embarking on along with Linda Chalker-Scott. I was reluctant – I didn’t know much about social media at the time and was plenty busy already. Jeff explained that he was recruiting others and how we would rotate posts. I asked Jeff, “What if I don’t have anything to write about?” Jeff replied, “Just post some pretty pictures or something.” So with that long ago conversation as backdrop, here are a few photos from this week’s trip to Hidden Lake Gardens near Tipton, Michigan.
Taxodium distichum “Pendens’ cones
Sassafras albidum fall color