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Posted on Dec. 17, 2013 by Jim Folsom
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It’s now been more than a year and a half since The Huntington reopened the Japanese...

Posted on Oct. 17, 2013 by Jim Folsom
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In times past, nature delivered challenges in an orderly manner. Every few years we’d hear about a remarkable new pest or disease that threatened whole populations of plants...

Posted on Apr. 25, 2012 by Jim Folsom
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Posted on Oct. 12, 2011 by Jim Folsom
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Another post in a series about Mr. Huntington's Garden by the botanical director of The Huntington Large-scale geological features take time, like millions of years. Natural streams and waterfalls emerge...
Posted on Sep. 13, 2011 by Jim Folsom
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Another post in a series about Mr Huntington's Garden by the botanical director of The Huntington I believe we forget that some of the important garden plants are actually native to the United States...

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Oct. 9, 2019 by Usha Lee McFarling
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The Huntington has joined an ambitious effort to collect and preserve the biodiversity of all species on Earth ...
Oct. 2, 2019 by Lauren Rodriguez
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With his back turned to us, a mechanic is the focal point of Hugo Gellert's painting Worker and Machine (1928), currently on view in the Virginia Steele Scott Gallery of American Art ...
Sep. 25, 2019 by Alexander Statman
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"The Qianlong emperor, now regnant, gave a truly paternal feast for 3,000 old men assembled from all parts of the empire." ...

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