The Conservatory is beautiful space. At Planterra, we are so lucky to spend our days surrounded by lush, tropical plants and flowers. We have a true interest in plants and flowers would love nothing more than to spend time wandering through botanical gardens and arboretums. So we are sharing a list of our favorites around the country. Breathtaking and fascinating places, you should try to see if you have an opportunity.
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden – The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is expansive just like the state of Texas. It offers fantastic seasonal displays, like the the Pumpkin Village pictured above.
The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Richmond, Virginia – The stunning domed conservatory hosts an annual butterfly exhibition and the interactive children’s garden has an amazing, accessible, giant treehouse.
The United States National Arboretum, Washington D.C. – The National Arboretum as was established by Congress in 1820. It is a small garden but lovely and is located adjacent to the Capitol.
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis – One of the oldest botanical gardens in the country with 79 acres of gardens. The Missouri Botancial Garden has a 14 acre Japanese garden and one of the world’s largest orchid collections.
Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus, Ohio – Home to large outdoor gardens and indoor greenhouses that offer seasonal displays and desert and rainforest habitats.