Imagine… one room that will shape your family’s holiday experience for generations to come…
As a slow sleepy yawn spreads across the faces of the children, the quiet mumble of adults shuffling around the house reached the excited children’s ears. Grandparents and parents, aunts and uncles, cousins, all laughing and loving as the holiday spirit filled the home and hearts of the family. From under the sheets, the children can smell the holiday dinner, prepared and baked with the special family recipe, and cascading above the rest of the delicious sides and desserts made communally by the family. It is a time for community and a time for togetherness. The children make their way to the conservatory, a place that has come to be known as the gathering spot for family events, feasts, and celebrations. From inside, they’ve watched the seasons change, the trees slowly changing from green to a beautiful array of orange and red, as if a painter runs their brush across the landscape each day. The children scan the beautiful glass of the conservatory and in the reflection; they see a history of preserving and protecting life. It continues to inspire growth not only in plants but in the children and their families alike. Its inspiration will last for generations. Inside the conservatory, the children can see how dreams, hard work, and a community can come together to make something beautiful; a legacy. They dream of a beautiful meal and family moments to be cherished. Through teamwork, their dreams are created every year, and a tradition is born. Just as the architects dreamt of providing a living example to continue to inspire these ideals in those who get to experience the conservatory.
Make the Holiday’s Last
Across the country, people are coming together to celebrate the holidays in a conservatory at events such as:
Winter Light Garden at the Phipp’s Conservatory in Pittsburgh, PA.
A Longwood Christmas at the Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA.
Seasons Greetings: Roadside Attractions at US Botanical Gardens in Washington D.C.
Botanicals and Brews Beer Garden at the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco, CA
Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden in Bronx, NY
Each event is a wonderful opportunity to experience conservatories for their intended purpose; to celebrate with family and friends. Each event offers a unique conservatory to explore and in which to draw inspiration. From model trains, to hundreds of trees, to singing carolers serenading the guests, the holiday spirit will come to life under the encouragement of the conservatories.
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And when you’ve found that inspiration – Start your conservatory dream project
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