Emergence of spring at Bernheim Forest

by Lynn F Medley April. 12, 2018 475 views

In 1929, Issac Wolfe Bernheim bought and endowed land that is now Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Clemont, Ky. . Currently there is over 15,000 acres of land ”To Connect with Nature”. And so I do! And so over 250,000 visitors every year. 😊

Violas

Violas

Bluebells

Bluebells

Unfolding hydrangea

Unfolding hydrangea

Bark of a chinese  elm

Bark of a chinese elm

Soon to be a dogwood blossom

Soon to be a dogwood blossom

Redbud

Redbud

A bronze statue “Let There be Ligtht “ behind it it where Issaca Beriand his wife are buried,.He lived to the age of 96 but. It long enough to see the forest open to the public on 1950. He and his wife were moved from Cave Hill Cemetery in 1956 tomthis site that overlooks the Big Prairie.

A bronze statue “Let There be Ligtht “ behind it it where Issaca Beriand his wife are buried,.He lived to the age of 96 but. It long enough to see the forest open to the public on 1950. He and his wife were moved from Cave Hill Cemetery in 1956 tomthis site that overlooks the Big Prairie.

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