Busch Gardens is a tropical paradise filled with gorgeous flower beds, topiaries, potted plants, and lots of tropical foliage.
When we first entered the park, we didn't know what to expect or where to go and for whatever reason, we headed to the left. It ended up being a good thing, because the first thing we discovered was this lovely garden with a winding path and pretty gazebo. It was so peaceful, and it was so early there were no other tourists around, so we had the place to ourselves. The perfect spot for some romantic photos!
This ivy covered trellis was a lovely spot to take a picture of my daughter Ashley and her husband Jason.
And since we so rarely get to be photographed together, my husband and I had our picture taken under this cute gazebo.
Since we were there the day after Thanksgiving, there were many gorgeous plantings of poinsettias. I love how they used the plants to create letters in the ground.
Another lovely garden in this area was this beautiful water garden featuring a river, rock formations, and tropical plants.
There were so many gorgeous potted plants in Busch Gardens. Here were a couple of my favorites:
I have this foliage plant growing in my sun room, but it's only about twelve inches tall. Who knew this plant could grow this huge in a tropical climate?
I loved this flowering bush. Such a pretty interesting pink flower. I also noticed most of the potted plants were always placed right near a bench so one could sit down and enjoy them for awhile.
The topiaries were amazing at Bush Gardens. I've already shown you their nativity topiary scene HERE, but below are some more favorites of mine.
Some pretty butterflies:
And a big, scary tiger located right near the tiger exhibit!
Have a Great Day! Amy
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