More Winter Orchid Exhibits

In addition to my earlier list, these botanical gardens also host winter orchid exhibits. All of them are great destinations for a cold winter day or a special valentine.

February 1 – March 9
Escape from winter at the Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Orchid Mania 2014. Along with stunning flowers, the event includes an interior design showcase, a special photography session, and an orchid doctor available for questions on Saturday afternoons.

February 1 – March 23
Head to St. Louis to see remarkable orchids from a world-renowned collection. The Missouri Botanical Garden’s orchid greenhouses date back to 1876, and currently house over 7,000 orchids. The show displays some of the garden’s best specimens, and turns the Orthwein Floral Display Hall into a lush, tropical oasis.

February 3 – February 28
Discover exotic orchids at Cambridge University’s Botanic Garden. The Glasshouse Range hosts the February Orchid Festival as the perfect antidote for a British winter.

February 8 – March 9
Visit Kew Gardens in London to warm up at Orchids 2014. Orchids and other tropical flowers fill the Princess of Wales Conservatory. You can also choose from several guided tours and orchid courses.

February 8 – March 15
Immerse yourself in a tropical rainforest for an Orchid Escape in Indiana. Orchids are among the waterfalls at the Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden in Evansville. Enjoy a special “Romance in the Rainforest” preview gala on February 7th.

February 8 – April 13
The Atlanta Botanical Garden features Orchid Daze: Lasting Impressions. Exhibits celebrate orchids along with the art of Van Gogh, Monet, and Gauguin.

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2 Comments on “More Winter Orchid Exhibits”

  1. George Coronado Says:

    Thanks for the tip on St. Louis. We had no idea about these gardens! Great show!

  2. AboutOrchids » Blog Archive » More 2014 Winter Orchid Exhibits Says:

    […] And don’t forget the displays listed previously in this earlier post and this one, too. […]