Sunday, April 23, 2017

Longwood Gardens - Part II

Today, let's go inside the 
Conservatory at Longwood Gardens.
On display, 20 different indoor gardens and 5,500 different types of plants.
The Conservatory was built in 1919 and has since been periodically expanded and renovated.
Presently, the Conservatory spans 195,668 square feet or 4.5 acres.
















Tomorrow, we'll go back outdoors, here's an advance peek at the tulips in the outdoor Idea Garden.

27 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful place. You brighten my day up.

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  2. Gorgeous photos! I always smile when I see your photos. You enjoy every minute, don't you?

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  3. Hello Debbie, Longwood Gardens is beautiful. Love the inside and all the gorgeous flowers. Awesome series. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  4. A beautiful place! Love the variety of colors!

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  5. There are no words that can even begin to describe this beautiful place.

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  6. I have always wanted to go there, Debbie, and I haven't made it yet. Keep your fingers crossed that it will come true for me one of these days.

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  7. What an amazing place and I am loving all that purple!

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  8. Lovely post for a good Sunday, Debie. Magnificent interior full of beautiful flowers. They are wonderful. Glad to see you so happy.
    Back from a vacation in the sea :))
    Besos.

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  9. Such beauty! Love these like I do all of your photos, Debbie.

    xoxo

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  10. Gorgeous!! If I lived near this lovely garden, I think I might go in and never come out!!

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  11. Oh gracious! You DO take the MOST incredible, professional looking photos, Debbie!!!

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  12. Wow, so much color and beauty. I love it!

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  13. It's quite late in the evening as I've looked at this post 11.30ish UK time and you have definitely brightened up my evening.
    What fabulous photographs of an absolutely gorgeous garden.
    Lovely colours wherever you look.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Such an amazing place this is, Debbie.
    You must have had SO much fun with your camera here.
    Thank you for sharing!
    xo.

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  15. Oh my, these photos are spectacular. The colors are amazing and I do hope someday to visit here. I must put it on a bucket list. Hugs!!

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  16. Wow! Such a beautiful splash of color to brighten my day. We're finally getting a few blooms around here - summer is coming!

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  17. So incredibly stunning Debbie. I'm loving those colours!

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  18. Thank you for bringing us inside, it's almost as good as being there live! It's such a peaceful feel even from my computer.

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  19. Wow, so much beauty, it's almost overwhelming!

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    1. many thanks patti - the most beautiful tulip display i have ever seen. this garden, whenever we have visited, is just take your breath away amazing!!!

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  20. Amazing photos. I so enjoyed these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  21. Truly a beautiful place to vist & yes you are lucky to live so close.

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  22. So Beautiful!! now you have me wanting to get back to our botanical gardens in St. Louis, now if it can just stop raining here, but I guess that's what is getting them to bloom so lovely!

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