This municipal park is a fascinating place to visit, not only for flower lovers, but for anyone wanting to know about how many of our flowers, fruits and vegetables came to be. Luther Burbank was prolific in developing new varieties of flowers, trees and vegetables we enjoy today including the famous "Idaho" baking potato, Shasta daisy, plums, berries, walnut trees and others. As described the garden in a city park and the city now owns the buildings on the property. As it is fall most of the gardens except the roses and some other late blooming flowers are past their peak. What I found very interesting was Burbank sold a particular raspberry to the man who founded the village which is my hometown. A very pleasant way to spend an hour or two.
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