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Winter gardens

When I lived in Missouri I would go to St. Louis to the Missouri Botanical Gardens. I remember they had a conservatory that was filled with Camellias. It was a beautiful place to walk in the winter too. Here is a list of what is in Bloom in February. http://www.mobot.org/MOBOT/bloom/2004/2004-02-20d.html
Oklahoma City has an indoor Conservatory downtown. It is interesting but mostly tropicals. I love to go there in the winter but it is much too hot and humid in the summer. I think you can look both of these up online. Myriad Botanical Gardens in OKC in the official name. http://www.myriadgardens.com/index.html
I love to go to a good nursery in the winter to see winter color.
zone 6b
western Ok
--- Andrea Hodges wrote:

Speaking of which, does anyone know (and I'm sure
someone does) are the
botanical gardens or arboretums in Chicago or St
Louis something you can
visit in the winter, or is it strictly a summer
thing? I am DYING to go
to a real arboretum.

Who can make it to one of those? Or another? any
suggestions? I can only ride so far still, but I
definitely need a winter trip!

Jesse, how far am I from you?
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