Krohn Conservatory's Vibrant 'Growing a Rainbow' Floral Show is Open Through Aug. 23

The floral exhibit runs July 7- Aug. 23 and features creatively designed plant beds manipulated into archways that are filled with flowers organized by color — like a rainbow

click to enlarge Krohn Conservatory - Photo: Greg5030 / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)
Photo: Greg5030 / CC BY (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)
Krohn Conservatory

After nearly four months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, Krohn Conservatory in Eden Park is welcoming guests back to their vibrant greenhouse beginning July 7, with a summer show sure to brighten the community's spirits.

"Growing a Rainbow" runs from July 7- Aug. 23 and features creatively designed plant beds manipulated into archways that are filled with flowers organized by color — like a rainbow.

"Much like a rainbow shining after a storm, our Summer Show is a bright spot of color after a difficult time," the website reads. The show will also feature a pond in the center room "for reflection."

The Cincinnati Parks team has developed precautionary guidelines to keep their visitors healthy and safe which include:

  • Recommending that guests wear masks and socially distance themselves from others;
  • Implementing one-way traffic by shifting entry to the desert house;
  • Relocating the gift shop so that the lobby is less congested;
  • And cleaning bathrooms every two hours. 

General admission is $7 for adults; $5 for youth 5-17; and free for children under 4. 

For more info, visit cincinnatiparks.com/krohn.

Krohn Conservatory, 1501 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams.


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