National Geographic : 1958 Feb
A thousand c tington's garden displayed aroui A Moon Bridge in Vermilion gate at the gall Brings Japan to California Mrs. Huntington, an easterner, dreaded moving to the Far West. To make San Marino Ranch acceptable to her, Mr. Huntington imported trees and shrubs William from all over the world. He purchased this Japanese tington's tea garden in Pasadena and transplanted it bodily. Retired work wi a night-1 J. Baylor Roberts (opposite and above) and David S. Boyer, National Geographic Staff © N.G.S . amellia varieties grow in Hun ns. In season, choice blossoms are id this miniature Japanese temple ery entrance. 273 Hertrich planned every inch of Hun landscaping for nearly half a century. as curator of the gardens, he continues his th plants. Here he dissects blossoms of blooming cereus for a botanical treatise.