The 'Bloom & Grow' Floral Show at the Krohn Conservatory Brings a First Taste of Spring to Cincinnati

The exhibit includes tulips, daffodils, a hiking path, reading nook and craft activities

click to enlarge PHOTO: PROVIDED BY CINCINNATI PARKS
Photo: Provided by Cincinnati Parks

If the dull gray of winter is getting you down, you don’t have to wait until April to enjoy lush, green landscapes.

Krohn Conservatory is hosting its Bloom & Grow floral show, an exhibit dedicated to the bright colors of the born-again flowers that bloom in springtime.

Vibrantly colored and kid-friendly, this exhibit features tulips and daffodils, a nature-lined “hiking” path, a reading nook and activities to challenge your crafting skills while getting away from the cold a little early.

Through March 8. $7 adults; $5 ages 5-17; free children 4 and under. Krohn Conservatory, 1501 Eden Park Drive, Mount Adams, cincinnatiparks.com. 

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