Tuesday, June 3, 2008

White River Gardens

May 25: The 3.3. acre White River Gardens is a botanical garden and conservatory, adjacent to and part of, the Indianapolis Zoo. [Go here to see the zoo.] The gardens are a triumph of landscape design, packing a wide variety of flora and designs into a unified whole.

A bifurcated German bearded iris and a white clematis:

Lion's Tail (Leonotis leonurus) (no zoo should be without this):
Baptisia australis with


Catmint (Nepeta grandiflora):
Iris with columbine, and a rose:

White Fringetree

The Hilbert Conservatory had a butterfly show:

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