To our Conservatory of Flowers community:
I hope this note finds you in good health and spirits. Thank you all for following the shelter-in-place and social distancing orders, it’s important we do our part. I know these are complicated and challenging times for us all. At the Conservatory, we look forward to the day we can swing open our doors and welcome you back into the galleries again.
As our organization prepares for the times ahead, we want to let you know that your safety, health, and well-being are, and will continue to be our highest priority. To that end, we are carefully evaluating our space and programming as we shift towards reopening. We plan to share more details over the coming weeks.
In addition, due to the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, we have decided to postpone large-scale public events until 2021. This includes Night Bloom, which will return in the winter of next year. While Night Bloom has only been rooted in the Conservatory for two short years, we know it has become instantaneously loved by our community. We are taking this time to refocus our efforts into 2021 and can absolutely promise you that Night Bloom will be back and sure to shine brighter than ever before!
While much has changed recently, the Conservatory’s mission has not. Our promise to connect people and plants in a place of exceptional beauty goes on. We look forward to our community coming together and finding strength in the calm and joy that the Conservatory and its one of a kind collection of rare and unusual tropical plants bring the moment you step back inside.
We can’t thank you enough for your unwavering support. Stay safe, and we will see you amongst our galleries soon.