Today I went to Matthaei Botanical Garden in Ann Arbor for my annual Cactus and Succulent Society Christmas meeting. Of course, I had to walk through the conservatory. The Christmas displays were gorgeous and I thought you would like to see them.
As you enter the conservatory, you are greeted by these beautiful arrangements, which line the walk. I think they are just stunning!!
As you keep walking, your eye is drawn into the next room to this amazing poinsettia tree.
I have to tell you, pink and green are two of my favorite colors, especially together, so just WOW!
There were also plenty of traditional red and white poinsettias, which I also love.
The amaryllis weren’t too shabby, either.
In the conservatory, they have this amazing kaleidoscope that is made with plants. Right now, it is filled with red poinsettias. I love the images I got from putting my camera up to the eye hole.
Three Christmas trees scattered throughout the conservatory were decorated with ornaments representing gifts plants give us. What a great idea!
On the way out, these huge myrtle topiaries decorated with poinsettias, potato vines, and Alternanthera were the parting wow!
If you live near Ann Arbor, visit Matthaei. If you don’t, find a conservatory near you and visit. They are bound to have amazing holiday displays.