2013-14 Season opens today
The Regina Floral Conservatory opens its doors to the public today for its 2013-14 season. Open daily to the public from 1 to 4:30 p.m., the Conservatory is a tropical oasis located in the Queen City’s Warehouse District.
The feature display, Fall Flowers, makes a nod to September and back to school and is filled with chrysanthemums, gerbera daisies, begonias, sunflowers, ornamental cabbage and peppers, cyclamen and more. Fall Flowers is the first of six floral displays that will be featured between now and June of 2014. Sponsored by Conexus Credit Union with support from its Community Investment Program, each floral display is set in our permanent collection of trees (from figs and bananas to Norfolk pines) and plants (birds of paradise, succulents, cacti, and more).
Pack a lunch, bring a book, write some letters, sketch or paint some flowers, snap a few photos, or simply relax and breathe in the moist and fragrant air in the floral display. The weather is always guaranteed!
Home to regularly scheduled garden teas, Family Days and our Lil’ Gardeners Club, the Conservatory offers something for all ages. We extend a big thank you to TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for their continued support of our children's programming, affectionately known as Kids Can Grow!
A beautiful setting for a variety of events, we are also pleased to rent our facility for small weddings, bridal and baby showers, retirement parties, and other social gatherings. Each year we also welcome more than 100 groups for school tours for children from Kindergarten to Grade Eight.
The conservatory is operated by volunteers of the Regina Garden Associates, a non-profit organization, in partnership with the City of Regina. We are passionate about gardening and are proud to provide a unique, tranquil indoor tropical garden for the enjoyment and education of all ages and cultures in our community.