A Love Letter to Color
An allée of crape myrtles leads into the Bradford Robertson Color Garden, where sweeping curves of colorful flowers border a sloping lawn with a view of the distant hills. The flower beds contain annuals, perennials, and tropical plants, which bring pops of color the area, along with stunning foliage. Visitors can follow the garden’s path to find eight curved arches, covered with flowering vines. At the end of the walkway, there is a giant urn planted in the same dramatic style. This garden reflects the universal love of color as a design element.