Winter Flower Show And Light Garden

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The most magical time of the year arrives with the opening of Winter Flower Show and Light Garden on Fri., Nov. 27. Bringing the familiar carol “Deck the Halls” to life, each of the changing exhibit rooms will embody the spirit of the holiday tune, complete with artful arrangements of LED lights, decorated fir trees, whimsical props, and, of course, plenty of seasonal favorites such as colorful poinsettias, aromatic paperwhites, showy amaryllis and a jaw-dropping massive evergreen situated in the pond of the Victoria Room. Little ones can also be on the lookout for tiny troll figures hidden throughout the displays, a clever twist on the “troll the ancient yuletide carol” lyric of the song.

Adding to the festive atmosphere, in our Outdoor and Discovery Gardens, the Winter Light Garden will sparkle with luminous orbs, trees and fountains of light. Garden Railroad will be on view too, taking you on a magical trip through the plots of nine fairy tales and fables brought to life with interactive buttons for children to push, and miniature living plants, shrubs and trees.

Winter Flower Show, designed by Terra Design Studios, LLC, and Winter Light Garden, designed by Phipps Exhibit Coordinator Jordyn Melino, run through Sun., Jan. 10. Daily hours for Winter Flower Show are 9:30 a.m. – 11 p.m. and 5 – 11 p.m. for Winter Light Garden. Phipps closes at 5 p.m. on Thurs., Dec. 24 and reopens at 9:30 a.m. on Sat., Dec. 26. Admission is $15 for adults, $14 for seniors and students, and $11 for children (ages 2 – 18). Members and kids under 2 enter free.

Toys for Tots
Phipps is proud to be a collection site for Toys for Tots. We encourage you to donate new, unwrapped toys in the Phipps Welcome Center during open hours from Mon., Nov. 23 – Sun., Dec. 13.

*Inclement Weather Advisory
Winter Light Garden may be subject to temporary closures in the event of heavy rains or other inclement weather conditions.

Photo © Dave DiCello
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By: Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

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