i think we could fit a greenhouse in our yard

Earlier in the week my mom and I made plans to go to Longwood Gardens today.  And then yesterday was cold and dreary and when we woke up this morning it was pouring rain.  We decided to drive out anyway, since we had nothing to lose, and it turned out to be a beautiful afternoon.

Is it too late to make a career switch to botany?





















Comments

Emily Jane said…
Stunning! I'm loving all the green houses. I love going to the Gardens. and taking a million photos of flowers.
Faith said…
All the heart eyes!!
Danielle said…
Oh my goodness, that is a gorgeous botanical garden!! You are motivating me to get out and see ours!
Claire B. said…
Oh gosh, how beautiful! I actually work part time in a greenhouse at my college and sometimes I wish it could be my full time job. It's so relaxing.
BEAUTIFUL! We have a place called Frederick Meijer Gardens with some amazing stuff!
Everything is so beautiful, but I have no green thumb whatsoever!
Rebecca Jo said…
Are those lily-pad looking things real? Or is that a Disney imagination thing? Amazing!
Kelly said…
Beautiful! I love going to the Denver Botanic Gardens whenever I can. That's something I really miss since we moved away.
My dream house (like if I won the lottery dream house) would definitely involve a "conservatory." As well as someone to come and keep the plants alive and beautiful because sadly I do not have a green thumb.
The Lady Okie said…
Hello giant lilypads! What the heck?
Gorgeous pictures! Birds of Paradise are my favorite, and loving those lily pads :-D
Brianne said…
Those photos are gorgeous!
Wow! What a gorgeous space. I especially love the outdoor areas with the water. I visited a similar (greenhouse at least) in San Francisco this year. It was so lovely, very humid and hot, but really beautiful! I'm glad you had such a lovely time! :) XO - Alexandra

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Green Girl said…
We got a membership as a wedding gift last year and loved it!
Emily said…
This would be a beautiful to have in your yard but I can only imagine it might also be a full-time job to keep up with lol....well at least for me who has the worst green thumb. I do love walking through greenhouses and admiring all the different flowers and types of plants.
Emily said…
Y'all got some beautiful pics!
Beautiful photos! I can't grow a garden or plant to save my life, but I wish I could!
Lux G. said…
I love greenhouses. It's like a little piece of heaven.
Natasha Hill said…
Oh my gosh, these photos are gorgeous! I love visiting greenhouses, the colour and variety is always so interesting to see. Thank you for the very kind comments on my last post too. - Tasha
I've always wanted to go to Longwood Gardens and now I want to go even more. It looks so pretty and peaceful! Glad you got to enjoy it! Beautifully Candid
Soo stunning and on my list of places to visit one day! Whenever I'm at huge gardens I always wish I would have gone into botany too.
BEAUTIFUL!! I just love that wall of planters...if I lived in a warmer climate that would be so amazing for a home garden!
Audrey Louise said…
That first picture with the polka dot flower- gorgeous! And I love the lilly pads! That scenery is stunning, too! What a pretty place.
Those gardens are so pretty! The colours are incredible, and I love the lily pads. I'm also a fan of indoor hothouse type gardens, those looks really pretty. I wish I could visit!
Cristina SF said…
What a beautiful place! I love botanic gardens and I wish I could fit more plants in my apartment!

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Vivielle said…
I grew up maybe 5 minutes from Longwood Gardens and it made me so happy to see these pictures! :)
Jillian said…
so beautiful! my husband and i love visiting botanical gardens. xo jillian - cornflake dreams
Leslie said…
There is something so beautiful and calming about botanical gardens...... I wish we had something like that where I lived.
Wildfire Charm said…
So beautiful! I really love plants and buying them, vising nurseries and green houses. Love all your pictures! x

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