Slide Show: An Evolving Garden, the Japanese Garden at The Huntington

Posted on March 29, 2012 by Huntington Communications | Comments (0)

Laurie Sowd, Vice President for Operations at The Huntington, reflects on how The Huntington's Japanese Garden has evolved over the last century to include three traditional types of Japanese gardens.

The Japanese Garden celebrates its centennial with a reopening on April 11, 2012, after a year-long renovation that includes a new tea garden and teahouse as well as the restoration of the Japanese House.

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