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I just returned from a business trip to Philadelphia, PA and have some great pictures that I hope to share on Sunday. But in the meantime, I am sharing a few more pictures from the Botanical Gardens! The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens in Lackawanna, New York is just a beautiful place to visit. Originally it was the Lord & Burnham conservatory that opened in 1900 and is considered a national historic site, educational center, and a destination full of exotic plants and flowers from around the world! They have a dozen or more rooms each with a theme such as the tropical house where the temperature and humidity is properly controlled for the plants.

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For my other Botanical Gardens postings:
Botanical Gardens: Pond and Fish
Botanical Gardens – Ti Tree and other Pink & Red Flowers
Botanical Gardens: Topiary
Botanical Gardens: Cactus House (Part 1)
Botanical Gardens: Cactus House (Part 2)
Botanical Gardens: Cactus House (Part 3)
Botanical Gardens (Bonsai Collection)
Botanical Gardens (Ivy Collection)
Botanical Gardens – Waterfalls and Fountains
Botanical Gardens Herb Collection and Medicinal Garden
Botanical Gardens – Various Pictures

8 thoughts on “Botanical Gardens – Various Pictures Part 2

  1. Chef Doru says:

    Gorgeous pictures.

    1. Bernice says:

      Thank you Chef Doru!!

  2. Thank you for sharing your photos; it is an amazing facility with gorgeous specimens. Thank you for sharing your walk about.

    1. Bernice says:

      Your welcome and I am so glad you enjoyed the pictures!!

  3. scott2608 says:

    Wonderful photos!

    1. Bernice says:

      Thank you Scott!

  4. Sophie33 says:

    Thankd for taking us along this wonderful place! I love those bright flowers a lot! That banana tree is looking good!

    1. Bernice says:

      I never saw a banana tree before so I just loved seeing it in person!

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