Leonard J. Buck Garden is one of the leading rock gardens in the eastern United States. The garden started in the late 1930s and has a remarkably mature vibe. Since the late 1930s, the garden has been breathtaking, consisting of alpine plants and forest gardens in 33 acres of forest valleys. The garden is named after Leonard J. Barker (Leonard J. Barker). The greatest joy of visiting Leonard J. Buck Garden is discovering the diversity of its plants. Hidden among the rocks are rare and peculiar rock garden plants. The forest path that connects the outcrops is covered with beautiful wild flowers that have been in bloom for many years. Various ferns grow in the garden. From May to early June, azaleas and azaleas bloom at the bottom of the valley wall. The flower spike in the back garden is spring, when popular wildflowers, small alpine plants and delicate azaleas compete for bloom, but almost every week of the year there are some interesting flowers blooming.
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