Staff reporter Heaven Ocampo stopped by the Fullerton Arboretum this weekend to discuss the program and upcoming classes at the Arboretum. To read her article, visit The Daily Titan.
If you’ve never visited the Fullerton Arboretum, you’re missing out on a diverse selection of plants like the show-stopping fringed hibiscus (left). This plant is not in bloom at the moment. This photo was taken in late October. Located along the main walking path in the southern section of the Arboretum, this plant is sure to make you stop and look twice. A member of the hibiscus family (Malvaceae), this plant is native to Kenya, Tanzania and Northern Mozambique.