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The Moon-Viewing Garden provides a shady sanctuary among magnolia trees, camellia hybrids, and Japanese maples. A wooden pavilion for viewing the autumn moon extends over a reflecting pond. Especially beautiful in fall, when colorful maple leaves have fallen, the Moon-Viewing Garden has been home to a female pheasant. Mallards, American Robins, and Downy Woodpeckers often visit. Photos can be seen here.

0120sfbg09apr04z14 Pieris japonica
lily-of-the-valley bush
2009-APR-04, bed 51c
0121sfbg09apr04z14 Prunus sp.
Japanese flowering cherry
2009-APR-04, bed 51a
0172sfbg09apr29z14 Polygonatum odoratum
Solomon's seal
2009-APR-29, bed 53g
0015sfbg09feb16z14 Camellia xifongensis

0106sfbg09mar31z14 Acer palmatum 'Dissectum'
Japanese maple
2009-MAR-31, bed 51c
0119sfbg09apr04z14 Loropetalum chinense var. Rubrum
'Plum Delight'

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