A Sebastopol Pot Pourri
A small volume would be required to catalog and describe all the varieties of plants shown in this picture. From this point of view by the roadside, the eye glances across endless rows of flowers of a multitude of varieties, and back to the Sebastopol farm house and orchards. Let it be recalled that these flowers are never marketed. They are grown purely for experimental purposes, and those that are not selected for introduction or for the continuance of the experiment are destroyed.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 12 Chapter 3