Rockford's Living Museum
Friday, July 29, 2011 by Klehm
The Golden Larch derives its name from its needles which turn a brilliant gold-yellow before falling off in the Autumn.
The Golden Larch is not a true larch, but it is in the Pine Family. Although a conifer, the Golden Larch is deciduous (losing its needles before winter). True larches also lose their needles in...
Butterflies aren’t the only winged beauties. Find many photo-worthy moths fluttering around Klehm.
Sunflowers can be found in the Demonstration Gardens each summer at Klehm.
Klehm is home to a wide variety of coneflowers. These are especially bright examples.
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