Tuesday, April 15, 2014


 Art Alive has been a tradition for 33 years at the San Diego Art Museum to pair floral interpretations with famous works of art.  In addition the rotunda is decorated with flowers and greenery.
Some designers emphasize shapes and others select a color to accent a painting.

 Spring is the one of the best times to visit the Japanese Friendship Garden with so many trees and shrubs in bloom. The cherry trees were in full bloom and were the highlight of this visit. 

It has been interesting to watch the development of the  canyon below expanding with new plantings, a dry river bed and new structures for future exhibits. 
 There is also an excellent display of ming planters.

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