Orange Tree with Fruit and Flowers. "Not an unusual sight in January & February. But there should be the color ...
Orange Tree with Fruit and Flowers. "Not an unusual sight in January & February. But there should be the color -- the white
flowers, the green foliage, the golden balls of fruit against the intense blue sky. The first orange trees in America are
said to have been planted in the San Gabriel Mission garden about 1820, & the originals of the famous `Mission Oranges'. Here
also stood the Date Palm whose only rival in age is at San Diego.” B 1.
Local Call Number:
BANC PIC 1905.06485:015--PIC
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