On July 3rd, the Coronado Historic Site had almost one inch of rain, which has proven to be extremely helpful to our gardens. Now almost all of the plants are beginning to bloom, and they seem to have grown tremendously over night. CLICK HERE to see the time-lapse of the south garden plot over the last seven weeks. Unfortunately some small critter has moved into the south garden, and has pulled the leaves off of all of the corrales azafran, so unfortunately none of those plants have survived. But the sunflowers in the south garden are far to large to be affected by the critter. Our volunteer gourd vine and its gourds have grown tremendously, this should be a plentiful year for our native gardens.