Doris Campbell’s gardens have been developed over the course of several years. They include shade gardens, full-sun gardens, native gardens, and the beginnings of a bush garden. The primary purpose of these various types of gardens is to provide food for insects, birds, butterflies, and other wildlife. Most of the plants are perennials, with very few annuals, and the wide variety of plants has something in bloom from early spring through late fall. We enjoyed a visit to Doris’s gardens in the Fall 2020 semester. Please join us for this tour to delight in the beauty of her gardening mastery in the spring season.