Last week we wrote about the Orchid Show at the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), but perhaps you haven’t been out to see it yet. Don’t worry, we have you covered. Here are some excellent photos showing some parts of the show. If you like the photos, it is well worth a trip to see the orchids in person.
A spectacle of orchid species beckons the eye upward during this year’s Orchid Show, a breathtaking presentation spotlighting the aerial beauty of this iconic flower through hanging baskets, colorful living columns, and the centerpiece: a huge star-shaped chandelier overflowing with hundreds of plants. Stroll beneath dozens of suspended designs in the tropical ambience of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, with an expanded display for its 13th year that fills the Rain Forest Galleries and beyond with flamboyant color and intoxicating fragrance.
This year’s Orchid show is only running until April 19th with tickets including access to the rest of the garden starting at $20 for adults, children under 12 for free.