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Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site

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In Temple’s time there were two peaked arbors, one on either side of the veranda, that supported grape vines. While these were only a memory by the 1930s renovation, Cornell designed a single new wisteria arbor for the estate garden. When the wisteria vines bloom in the spring, fragrant clusters of purple flowers draw many visitors - and, of course, are reminiscent of those long-ago purple grapes. DIRECTIONS: After exiting the wisteria arbor, head into the cutting garden, which is located to the northeast of the wisteria arbor and distinguished by raised planting beds.

Grape Arbor (1872)

Grape Arbor (1872)

Wisteria Arbor

Wisteria Arbor

Wisteria in Bloom

Wisteria in Bloom