Friday, January 5, 2018

Longwood Gardens...The Blooms

It doesn't matter what time of year you visit 
Longwood Gardens 
it is always spectacular.

I have tried to pick a favorite season, but it just can't be done.
Some say Christmas is the most beautiful, 
but those who pick Christmas have probably never seen the tulips.
Whenever you visit, 
the main greenhouse is decorated for the season.
The extensions of the greenhouse are filled with roses,
hibiscus, bonsai trees, orchids, cactus and so much more.

Take a peak at some of the not-yet-shared pictures from December 14, 2017.

The Succulent Tree














More than 400 living white and purple moth orchids 
are accented with arrowhead-vine to create this beautiful tree form.

The Orchid Extravaganza begins on January 20th at Longwood.
We have seen it many times and it is outstanding!

I'll share those pictures when we visit!

24 comments:

  1. Hello Debbie, beautiful flowers and photos. I have been to Longwood during the Christmas holidays. The poinsettias are lovely. They have beautiful displays and arrangements. Thanks for sharing your visit. Happy Friday, enjoy your day and weekend!

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  2. Gorgeous, all of it. The last tree defies description!

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  3. The orchid tree is fantastic! I would love to see it.

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  4. Wow, just WOW...the succulent tree steals it tho!

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  5. A succulent Christmas tree???? Totally amazing and beautiful.

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  6. Oh my goodness, so much Loveliness you are bringing us this morning!!! They did an outstanding job on those trees and you captured the beauty of the flowers just perfectly also!! Just Beautiful!!

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  7. Beautiful....nice seeing such pretty flowers when it is as cold as it is outside.

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  8. Oh wow!! What an amazing garden and spectacular photos!!
    Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  9. Wow! I love that succulent tree!

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    1. thanks patti, it was beyond gorgeous. everyone should see this place once, it is beyond beautiful and even my pictures don't do it justice!!

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  10. Debbie, that tree is just beautiful -- well, all of the pictures, but I am especially amazed at the last one. What a stunning Garden... off to catch up and fill my eyes with the beauty of your blog!!

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  11. My goodness, Debbie, that orchid tree is amazing!
    I truly have never seen anything like it.
    I hope that Grayson was not too hard on you, and that you are staying safe and warm.
    xo.

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  12. Gorgeous doesn't even describe these pictures adequately.I want to go see this place.

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  13. It really must be a spectacular garden!

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  14. The photos are spectacular. I really loved the first and the last tree. Your smiling hubby was perfect in the first one. The purple moth orchid tree so very beatuiful.
    The flower photos are lovely! Blessings and hugs!

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  15. Amazing photos, Debbie! What an amazing place to ooh and aah over; so, so many gorgeous trees and plants.

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  16. I would have to say Christmas would be one of my favorite times to visit, but that place is beautiful year round!

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  17. Amazing beauty and what a lovely place to come inside and be filled with joy. I thank you for sharing them and I am so grateful to every place and all the people involved in putting these lovely places together to share with us all!

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  18. That succulent tree is gorgeous! I imagine that took many, many hours to complete. You floral shots bring a breath of spring!

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  19. Such fabulous colour in these photographs, a pure delight.

    All the best Jan

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