Daytime retreat…

When one wants to breath deeply the fresh, clean air in a park, the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis, has been a treasured venue for generations. The Chihuly exhibit throughout the gardens that I recently highlighted is just a tiny reason to spend some time roaming through the gardens. Copyright 2023 Pamela Breitberg
The pathways offer expansive fresh green spaces for your emotional and mental renewal. The gardens appeal to all nature and garden lovers. The statue of the running girls above can be seen in the distance here. Read about the Gardens here.Copyright 2023
Today’s images point out the sometimes missed green spaces at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. My sister was surprised I chose these paths and on that morning missed seing the flowering garden beds throughout the property. She returned the next week to enjoy the blooms of the season. No right or wrong way to visit the spaces; and more reasons to revisit the Garden routinely. Copyright 2023 Pamela Breitberg
Statuary like this is a permanent part of the Garden. Copyright 2023 Pamela Breitberg
Just peaceful and restorative. The aged trees are complimented with manmade art and pathways. Thanks to Henry Shaw for this treasured space. I believe the public use of this space is a worthy repurposing. Copyright 2023 Pamela Breitberg
The property became the Missouri Botanical Gardens in 1859. Here is one very small English garden on the property. Copyright 2023 Pamela Breitberg


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