Early Autumn at Santa Rosa
Visitors who have heard that Mr. Burbank never carries on fewer than three thousand different experiments at a time, are sometimes astonished to find that the gardens at Santa Rosa are of relatively small size. This picture, taken in connection with those that precede and those that follow it, enables any one clearly to understand how a large number of very elaborate experiments in plant breeding may be conducted on a very small plot of ground.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 12 Chapter 2