Reflections at Oak Pond
As the thunderstorm passed through, the flowers and pale leaves of the leafy trees began to glow beneath the gray skies and the small droplets of water that cling to their surfaces. It was indeed a dynamic morning.
Yet at the entrance on a spring day that varied from blue skies to torrential rain, the annual plant sale proceeded with little notice as vendors offered a wide variety of hardy plants and buyers walked about beneath the large canopies.
Oaks and hickories after a thunderstorm
900 Sperry Road, Kirtland, OH 44094
An admission fee is charged
First opened to the public in 1947
3,600 acres. Over 120,000 accessioned plants
Collection database available online
USDA Hardiness Zone 6B
Visitor Center, Gift Shop