Photo of the Week | A Faithful Re-creation of a Historic Greenhouse

The French Art Nouveau-style greenhouse at Curitiba Botanical Gardens in Brazil. Photo courtesy of the Brazilian Federal Government.

Dramatic Entrance. A carpet of flowers leading to the striking French Art Nouveau-style greenhouse at Curitiba Botanical Gardens in Brazil. Photo courtesy of the Brazilian Federal Government.

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2 Responses to Photo of the Week | A Faithful Re-creation of a Historic Greenhouse

  1. lorrifay says:

    That’s a stunning greenhouse and reminds me of our own wonderful Kew Gardens in London. In fact, I thought that’s where it was at first. I so look forward to Spring to visit Kew and see all the daffodils and bluebells. Thanks for putting this up!

  2. DG MARYOGA says:

    So spectacular!!! Superb compo nicely framed and displayed!!! Perfect leading lines and brilliant colouring range !!! I so much agree with the above comment. At first, I thought it was an image from the Kew Gardens in London.

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