For a short time after its indoor buildings were closed, the grounds at Holden Arboretum — alas, now closed to the public as a necessary health precaution — were open for visitors. And we managed to squeeze in a trip to check out the burgeoning signs of spring everywhere. While trees were still leafless and the ground was covered with dead leaves, bulbs were sending up shots, trees had buds and flowers such as the blue netted irises and the purple spring heath were already blooming. Birds such as robins, cardinals and Canadian geese were scuttling around.
While we can’t enjoy Holden’s 3,500 acres of trails, forest and fields right now, you can join us for a photographic walk through the grounds.
See the PHOTOSTREAM here!