Longwood Garden's CONSERVATORY TOUR — Ep. 308

We traveled to Longwood Garden in the past on this channel, but was not there at the right time to do a proper tour of the conservatory and new orchid house. Luckily, we had an opportunity to come back before the crowds to do a great tour. Orchid House to come in a subsequent episode.

To learn more about Longwood Gardens, visit here: https://longwoodgardens.org/


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20 Replies to “Longwood Garden's CONSERVATORY TOUR — Ep. 308”

  1. Amazing place and amazing creativity!! So much effort must go into creating continuously changing displays. Thanks for taking us here, Summer!

  2. Haven't seen this yet but i already love it! like all of your videos. Cozy armchair and your beautiful serene botanical company

  3. Very good tour! The guy did a wonderful job presenting everything and Summer was brilliant as usual

  4. What an amazing job to have!! I love visiting Longwood, it is one of my favorite gardens to visit. Thank you so, so much to taking us along with you and I cannot wait for the orchid tour!!!

  5. Added to my bucket list!!! Absolutely love the commentary in this one. I’m feeling so inspired and ready for all this snow to melt so I can design my garden. ???

  6. So what does longwood garden do with All the plants that get replaced. This question was not answered. Maybe have a sale?

  7. Wow! I just love every second of this tour! Such a great marriage of plants and architecture. Thank you team Flock, and Longwood for this

  8. Exquisite was the right descriptor for Longwood. Incredibly gorgeous displays. What a fun tour guide. Loved his enthusiasm and am in awe of his knowledge and expertise. Thank you so much for sharing this incredible garden!

  9. This place is magnificent and I'm really looking forward to that ficus diversity video! Saunder knows exactly what to do with the camera. He always gets the best angles. You guys do really great work ?

  10. Went to NYBG yesterday but this place is just wonderful. Never heard of this wonderful place. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Ohhh maaannnn… I offered to donate some of my hoya collection to their conservatory, but now idk since they don’t think twice when it comes to composting them ?

  12. The Best episode i've seen so far, i never usually like any of your video but karl is so engaging he's like that one friend we never knew we needed. Kudos to both of you for being such chemistrial & the lil incident report there??

  13. Such a stunning place. I was lucky enough to visit a few times when living in Delaware and even an event at night, WOW. The work and dedication continues to impress. Thank you for the visit.

  14. I'm Brazilian and here where I live, in the state of Minas Gerais it's common to eat the leaves of the Pereskia aculeata.?

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