New Spring Blooms
Spring is right around the corner and the White River Gardens are filling with new blooms! From orchids to daffodils there is always something new growing in the Gardens.
Looking at this photo of a phalaenopsis you can see why it is commonly called "moth orchid"!
This pretty early-blooming reticulated iris (iris reticulata) is a cultivar named 'George.'
Helleborus (sunshine spectaculars) are glorious double lenten roses you can find in the Ruth Lilly Shade Garden.
Inside the Hilbert Conservatory is our amazing green-flowerd jade vine (strongylodon macrobotrys) is in full splendor!
Snowdrops (galanthus nivalis) scattered throughout the shade garden, these let us know spring is on the way!
The cornelian cherry dogwood (cornus mas) is just beginning to show its tiny flowers.