Always according to the season. Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory is an oasis in downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. The viewing garden offers a seasonal lush sight, the tropical garden is covered with orchids and palm trees in the shade of the waterfall, and the desert garden offers tranquil views.
Showcase Garden: Seasonal exhibitions are held annually, including permanent plants such as bamboo, lobes, garden jasmine, hibiscus, and figs.
The tropical garden on display includes waterfalls, goldfish ponds, 13 types of palm trees, bread trees, cafes, bananas, oranges, cycads, ferns, orchids, bromeliads and other tropical plants. Don’t miss the Theobroma cocoa tree, also known as the chocolate tree.
Desert Garden: The Desert Garden mimics the desert environment in the southwest and is home to desert residents such as Sagarro Cactus, Fishhook Barrel Cactus, Sangshao Pear, Ancient Bush, Jojoba Oil, Yucca, Mosquitoes, and Ironwood.
The four gardens are planted with various ornamental grasses, rhododendrons, trees, shrubs and perennials.
Expedition garden: shady paths surrounded by Midwestern trees, shrubs and seasonal plants. A small pond with many benches and goldfish is a private place for quiet conversation and reflection.
Garden Terrace: The brick terrace is planted with seasonal plants and Midwestern trees to create a secluded, open feel in the city center.
Gardens planted along the way: decorative grasses, flowering shrubs and trees of the Midwest. Look for the “Flora” bronze statue which symbolizes the blessings of nature. sculptor. Michigan artist Tony Furdakis (Tony Furdakis).
Beverforden Gardens: You will see azaleas, azaleas and other acidophilic plants.