These are pictures of a water lily, that I took when a friend and I visited the Botanical Gardens, in Birmingham, Alabama.
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This July my husband and I visited family in Denver, Colorado. In the many times we had been in town before, we had never made it to the botanical gardens.
One of the many beautiful butterflies at the Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens, Butterfly Pavilion.
Photos I took while at the Botanical Gardens in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
We recently visited Washington DC and went to our National Botanical Gardens. What a feast for the eyes! I saw amazing plants and trees that I never knew existed and even got to walk along an upper balcony that felt like walking amongst the canopy of the rain forest.
This was a giant sprinkler at the Daniel Stowe gardens. My husband is getting a nice mist of water from this pond with a walk way built in the center.
My daughter and her new friend! These photos were taken at the Denver Botanical Garden on 9/07 after a rain shower.
I was fortunate enought to be able to go to England. Kew Gardens is the home of King George. Remember the movie "The Madness of King George"?
As beautiful as the flowers are, their fragrance is even better.
For the past couple of years, Deeli and I have shared the web site for an eagle cam located in Norfolk Botanical Gardens in Norfolk, Virginia.
A visit to a local arboretum can be a relaxing and visually enjoyable experience. Each season and area of the gardens offers beautiful textures and colors depending on the types of plants grown.
Botanical gardens are beautiful places to visit to see rare and unusual plants. Additionally they have specimens from other areas not native in your locale. This is a page about five great reasons to visit a botanical garden.