The Contemplative Garden extends across the main pathway. On the Museum side, there are central, right, and left beds. On the opposite side, there is a shady enclosure with a fountain consisting of water dropping from above onto a series of small bells and then into a pool. A bench allows the garden to live up to its name. Small planters occur on the western and eastern sides of the shelter.
View to west, June 2001. The pink flowers of Rock Rosemallow are prominent on the middle right, with Gaillardias in the near right. A few of the fountain bells can be seen on the near left. In the left background, the reddish construction of the Wall Garden is visible. Image by A.H. Harris.
Last update: 23 May 2002