Wreaths and exotic plants are on full display in the horticultural exhibit, which is the 105th year of the annual tradition at the park.
Over 1,000 Poinsettias are on display, representing 20 different varieties, the county said, as well as a 20-foot tall lighted Christmas tree.
“Our Holiday Botanical Show will once again feature an eight-foot high Poinsettia pyramid, which continues to be a crowd pleaser,” Larry Staub, the county parks director, stated. “In addition to the festive flora, holiday visitors will be treated to a dazzling display of colorful lights strung throughout the conservatory.”
The conservatory is located in Highland Park, at 180 Reservoir Ave., and is open daily, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., with extended hours both Fridays and Sundays, until 9 p.m.; however, the conservatory will be closed on Christmas day.
Adult admissions are $3 per person; youth admissions, which include ages 6 through 18, and senior admissions, which include ages 62 and older, are $2 per person.
Children under five are free; however, all children must be accompanied by an adult, in order to be admitted to the conservatory.