I forget what this area is called but it does have some interesting exhibits in here. The first thing that took my attention were the flowers and plants again, especially as they were still dressed up for the season.
You can just about make out my outline when I took this photo.
Gregg took some really neat photos of the mini terrarium-type ornaments.
It was very interesting to see living plants inside them. I learned that a terrarium is a miniature landscape with living plants and even sometimes small animals like lizards or turtles. I might add there were no lizards or turtles staring down at us, nope, no animals of any kind, just plants.....
though I did take a close look at this one. It was huge in comparison, placed on the floor in a corner and about two feet around, full of the prettiest poinsettias.
These large 'sunflowers' had a screen in the center showing a movie. Sorry to say I am not sure what of but it had to do with the plants in the exhibit.
We both enjoyed the displays of metal flowers.
These were showing how flowers and fauna were used, symbolism, art, etc.
I'm loving all the metal sculptures of flowers. I liked this shot of Gregg's and I enjoy seeing things from his perspective, even if it's of some batty person focused on the viewer of her camera. Yes that's me.
The topiary bear was again in a different area and I thought he was wonderful.
I also enjoyed the 'cardinals'.
and again the decorations that the bear is holding.
It was wonderful seeing all the flowers blooming and we took many photos of them which I will be sharing soon.