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Aloes, Wine, & Cheese

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Multiple containers and exuberant plantings frame the entrance to this collectors' garden.

Festive gatherings, bright lights, and feasting become the order of the day as the holiday season commences. But even that spectacle can't dim the seasonal wonder of a succulent garden in bloom. And here at Pacific Horticulture we're celebrating this unique moment in the gardening calendar year with a gathering of our own.

Winter Aloe bloom.

You’re invited to join PHS board member Scott Borden and San Diego Horticultural Society president Jim Bishop for an afternoon filled with bloom and good cheer in their San Diego garden. Perched on a hillside overlooking Mission Valley with an expansive view from the mountains to the sea, Scott and Jim have created a Mediterranean villa garden brimming with plants from all over the world. Their collection of plants from Australia and South Africa are at their best in January—especially the aloes.

Immerse yourself in seasonal blooms with a guided tour of the densely planted slope as you stroll up and do...

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