A path in the summer garden
Culver’s Root, Veronicastrum virgicum
Yarrow, Achillea millefolium
Helianthus, Lemon Queen
Find these Labrador violets all along the entry path to the Conservatory
Alpine zerumbet, Shell ginger is in bloom in the Conservatory.
The summer perennial garden will bloom again.
Inside the conservatory. The height of the conservatory is 45 feet at peak
Inside the conservatory. Look carefully and you will see at least two types of palms categorized by fronds. The Bismarck palm is palmate or fan shaped. The others are pinnate or feather-like.
The Hawaiian Ti plant
Purple Cone Flower Echinacea. Blooming July 2013
The Moongate is in the Mediterranean Room
Summer Garden perennial display of asclepsias (butterfly weed), macleaya (plume poppy), yarrow, rose campion
The Botanical Center Conservancy at Roger Williams Park is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the community's experience at the Botanical Center by supporting the maintenance and development of the Center's indoor and outdoor public spaces, its landscape projects, its education programs and its events.