Gardens at the Huntington

Mustang Staff

Jessie Tran, Mustang Staff

The fall season at the Huntington Botanical Gardens still looks a lot like spring. The three-acre Rose Garden is filled with over 1,300 different cultivated plants and flowers, including the “Huntingon’s 100th,” a pastel yellow and pink flower with a lemon blossom fragrance. According to The Huntington website, at the Shakespeare Garden you will find pansies, fennel, and rosemary (tributes to Hamlet), a pomegranate tree (for Romeo & Juliet), and daffodils and maidenheads (for A Winter’s Tale).