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Dated: April 13 2015
The Orchid Show: Chandeliers, went up on February 28, 2015 and runs through April 19, 2015. So there are still a few days left to enjoy a magnificent aerial display unlike any other seen in recent history- anywhere! Take your time to explore the elegant world of the orchid in an expanded showcase of hanging designs in the Haupt Conservatory, as well as complimentary performances of dance and poetry and hands-on orchid care demonstrations. Time is flying by so make sure that as long as time flies by, you are having fun.
And: Experience Orchid Evenings, Music, Cocktails and sublime beauty from 6:30-9:00 pm. Get your tickets now as the shows close on April 19th.- but there is still room for the straggler!
The New York Botanical Garden is known for it's beautiful landscapes of early spring flowers and bright green greenery. Spring has arrived fashionably late this year after an incredibly cold start in New York, but what is just starting to come up through the earth and show itself is rather wonderful and quite spectacular to see. It is sensory delight indeed! You could join a garden guide for a walking tour featuring highlights of the gardens and plant collections which are budding their tender, fragile blossoms and unfurling their pale green and trembling leaves.You will truly enjoy every single second you spend in this exciting garden environment. A sight for sore eyes at this time of year and really inspiring- your soul will soar and you will, somehow, feel a marvelous sense of peace and wonder.
The Garden offers activities for every age group throughout the season so- call 1-718-817-8700
For information re: exhibits, events, activities, membership and tickets, you can go to their website www.nybg.org
The information contained herein was obtained from the New York Botanical Garden website.
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