13 March 2015 at the Portland Japanese Garden

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It’s been a while since I posted last. Here are pictures from my volunteering at the Portland Japanese Garden on 13 March 2015. Above is a beautiful magnolia flower.

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This is a camellia.

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This is a view of the karesansui 枯山水庭園 garden.

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The beautiful 100 year old cherry tree.

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Can you see the bunny うさぎ 🐰 under the bush just to the right of the cherry tree? Munch, munch, munch. He’s eating it!

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A tsukubai 蹲.

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Plum blossoms.

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Cherry Hill.

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Star magnolia with the Sapporo pagoda in the background.

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This area is where I worked with Heike. We fertilized these trees.

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The beautiful pavilion with the dancing peacock Japanese maple in the foreground.

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A pink camellia.

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A pink magnolia, with the entrance gate in the background.

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Just outside the entrance gates, with the tall cherry tree cascading down.

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A light pink camellia.

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I forget the name of this delicate white flower.

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My used Terry bike at the lower gate. At the top of the picture you can see the cherry tree that’s just outside the entrance gate.

Isn’t spring beautiful?

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