The weather is gorgeous here in Las Vegas. Spring always makes me want to plant colorful flowers to wipe away the gray of winter.
I don’t have time to plant 65,000 flowers, but the horticulturalists at the Bellagio Conservatory team did. In addition, they planted 630 shrubs for the newest program, Bellagio Japanese Spring.
The ah-mah-zing exhibit features a Kabuki character who stands 28 feet high covered with 3,500 preserved roses and 2,000 white hydrangeas. There’s also a traditional Japanese tea house and a golden temple.
The best thing about this display is you get the flavor of being in Japan without having to fly 20 hours. And there are real commodes at the Bellagio. But I digress….
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When I lived in New York, I visited the Statue of Liberty the first week after I moved in. Then I forgot about it as I got busy. Same thing living here in Vegas. You kind of forget the wonderful things we have in our backyards. I promise I will visit this show before the Bellagio repurposes the flowers on May 21. The Conservatory is a Vegas treasure. Thank you, Steve Wynn.
Oh, and the Conservatory is FREE. Alas, you now do have to pay for parking. GRRR!
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