Conservatory in Fitzroy Garden

Diana and the hounds -









fishes in the pond

The Conservatory of Fitzroy Gardens in Melbourne opened in 1930 and has since been used for various displays and shows. It has become a popular tourist attraction in Melbourne, along with Cook's Cottage nearby. The Conservatory has rotating displays of flowers during the year. These include:

  • Hydrangea / Fuchsia from November - February
  • Tuberous Begonia / Gloxinia from February - April
  • Tropical / Pointsettia from April - July
  • Cineraria / Cyclamen from July - September
  • Schizanthus / Calceolaria from September - November
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Comments

  1. love the "christmas" plant. Sorry i duno know whats the proper name. It's the 2nd last photo

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  2. With the different blooms at the Conservatory, I guess it is worth a visit:)

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  3. u r really a flower lover, wenn..

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  4. I've never seen a tropical poinsettia before, it's very pretty.

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  5. so many poinsettias in Kona...





    Aloha from Hawaii

    Comfort Spiral

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  6. wow a lot of beautiful flowers here..

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  7. interesting place indeed! wish to visit it! happy weekend!

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  8. Seems like an interesting place. But I haven't got chance to go to Melbourne >.<

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  9. Love these pics, Wenn. Such a relaxing feel after looking at them!
    xx

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  10. Glad I found your Blog, beautiful array of flowers.

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  11. Wenn: What a neat place to get great flower photos. That Diana was a little risqué.

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  12. The red flowers with lots of petals are really beautiful. :)

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  13. A very interesting place! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Fitzroy Garden is a place I would enjoy walking around very much. I love all it's beautiful flowers and have enjoyed your photos very much. Thanks for sharing them.
    An English Girl Rambles

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  15. Great pictures!!
    Wish I could see all the flowers on location;)
    - Cheers from Canada.

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