Friday, 2 May 2014

John Hart Conservatory, Launceston, Tasmania


The John Hart Conservatory was erected by the Launceston Corporation from the John Hart Bequest in 1932 and refurbished in 2010 as a joint project between Launceston City Council and the Federal Government through the Regional Local Community Infrastructure Program. A twin copy from the same plans was also built at Parramatta Creek, which is on the way to Devonport. You don't need to be a gardening enthusiast to enjoy a visit to the John Hart Conservatory, which outside showcases beautiful annuals, whilst inside there is always a beautiful horticultural display.

Photos I took of my recent visit.








20 comments:

  1. The plants are beautiful and I love them. Some of the you can meet in my country. I like nature especially flowers some say I have green fingers.

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    1. I expect you like gardening. The display in changed every now and then, that makes it more interesting.

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  2. Hello!

    The floral displays are truly outstanding!

    Everything looks so very lush and happy in its environment. A lovely place to spend time and relax amongst the flowers.

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    1. Lovely to see in person. The plants are well looked after and changed often, then changing the display every now and then.

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  3. Beautiful shot! I would love to visit there!

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    1. Thanks. You never know you might get to see the display, or one similar at some stage.

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  4. Beautiful, like such a wintergarten.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. I guess it is Adam, never thought about it like that :)

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  6. A beautiful display and array of green house plants.

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  7. Really beaytiffull, nice place.
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  8. How gorgeous! It reminds me of a place here in Montreal. It is attached to a library as well!

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  9. It is lovely. There is a big Hall not far..

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  10. Such beautiful plants and well displayed. This would be a lovely place to visit in winter.

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    1. I can't recall what flowers or greenery goes in there for winter, I will have to go and see.

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