The Great Escape: Exploring Toronto’s Centennial Park Conservatory
Marnie Bonnett has become a regular visitor at Toronto’s Centennial Park Conservatory-along with her camera. When the temperatures dip into the minus teens and the ground is covered with snow, she finds refuge in the delightful garden setting. She says that nothing is more pleasing than experiencing a touch of spring close to home in the middle of an Ontario winter.
Read her story in the December-January 2016 issue of Our Canada.
Bird of Paradise
These classic beauties are found in the tropical house and always make a dramatic visual impact.
Cactus in Bloom
The arid house comes alive in late winter/early spring as many of the cacti and succulents burst into bloom.
This is another example of the impressive poinsettia displays during the holiday season.