Enjoy a relaxing stroll or wonderful cultural events and musical performances in this garden created by Kinzuchi
About This Deal
- What’s included: Garden Admission to Open Day Sunday for Two, or Four People.
- Pre-registration is absolutely required by sending an email to: email@example.com indicating full name, date of visit, time slot, and how many people are attending the party.
- Sunday time slots: 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 1 p.m.-4 p.m..
- No walk-ins allowed
About Storrier Stearn Japanese Garden
Privately commissioned by Charles and Ellamae Storrier Stearns in the 1930s, the Japanese garden that bears their name are actually the creation of Kinzuchi Fujii, a landscape architect who designed gardens all over Southern California before World War II. Storrier Stearns is the only work of his that survives to this day, and it's been faithfully restored to its original beauty.
Visitors walk among placid ponds and brilliant greenery that's planted to achieve a layered, lush effect. Stone-lined paths keep strollers from going astray, and flashes of colorful flowers are meant to surprise once spotted. Nonhuman visitors to the garden can be glimpsed too, in the form of breathtaking great egrets and the snow-white resident cat.