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Desert plant collection at Wrigley Memorial Garden
Santa Catalina Island
Created by Ada Wrigley and horticulturalist Albert Conrad in 1935. In 1969 the garden was revitalized and expanded. Many of the plants are indigenous to the island but also contain plants from around the world.
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Chargée: 06/06/2014
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Tags: botanical garden; william wrigley jr.; catalina; cactus
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