Sunday morning we set off on a route that would take us to the Tacoma Cemetery, but would include other stops along the way. In Historic Old Tacoma, we stopped first at the Seymour Conservatory in Wright Park.
Right inside the door was this incredible bloom. Is is a kind of Passion Flower?
This area gets changed out periodically, with the various seasons.
Cacti have such amazing blooms.
Permanent plants soar and swoop and drape.
Little odd specimens get guarded in protective pots.
I love this guy's tillandsia hair.
Orchid pots hang here and there. Only a few are blooming now.
My blog friend Peter, the Outlaw Gardener, would know the names of all these plants. I just enjoy looking at then.
I do know that is one giant stag horn fern hanging from the glass ceiling.
Tom posted a pic on Facebook while took a photo of him for my blog.
Wright Park is a wonderful old city park full of grand old trees and lovely green lawn
This was a very good way to start our Sunday excursion.