You may be wondering what to do about all those plants you wrapped in old school bed sheets or frost cloth. Do you unwrap them for now or just leave them covered up for a few more days? The experts at the Houston Botanic Garden say most of us can take it easy and just leave the cloth coverings alone. If you used plastic, it’s a different story.
Even as a bone-chilling Arctic front descends upon us, there’s hope blooming amid the frost. The Houston Botanic Garden’s horticulture manager and seasoned plant warrior, Brent Moon, is ready to share his arsenal of secrets for how to keep your plants safe during the freeze.
With the frigid temperatures ahead, it’s time to prepare. Here’s what Brent Moon, a horticulturist with Houston Botanic Garden, recommends for frost-tender plants.
“Radiant Nature,” the new holiday light show at the Houston Botanic Garden, offers an enchanting after-dark experience. The botanic garden has been transformed into an illuminated wonderland featuring dozens of Chinese lantern installations, and the installation will remain in place through late February, following Chinese New Year. We think it’s an amazing place for your whole family to check out.
It has been such a joy walking through Radiant Nature in the evenings seeing families, friends, and couples creating happy memories. Daytime visitors are enjoying the lanterns just as much — their colorful forms offer an equally rich experience in the light of day — while also getting to see all the flowering annuals, perennials, and […]
FOX 26’s Ruben Dominguez gives an inside look at the Houston Botanic Garden’s “Radiant Nature” light display for the holidays!
Walk Through A Magical Display Of Over 50 Glowing Chinese Lanterns This Winter At The Houston Botanic Garden
If you’re in search of a showstopping light display to make your winter magical, look no further than Radiant Nature at the Houston Botanic Garden. Featuring dozens of larger-than-life Chinese lanterns that illuminate the darkness with an ethereal glow, this amazing spectacle is one of the most enchanting things you’ll ever see.
Light up your life at the Houston Botanic Garden. Radiant Nature, presented by Reliant, is the perfect way to celebrate Lunar New Year in spectacular fashion.
The holiday season starts now and runs through Lunar New Year with Radiant Nature, an installation at the Houston Botanic Garden boasting 50 large-scale Chinese lantern displays like a 200-foot dragon and a 12-foot-tall peacock.
There is nothing quite like the resplendent spectacle now on display at dusk at the Houston Botanic Garden, where dozens of displays enfold visitors in a nocturnal menagerie of lighted sculptures. For 59 nights between Nov. 17 and Feb. 25, the Garden transforms into Radiant Nature, a holiday attraction featuring a mile of lights including a 100-foot-long magnolia tunnel and an immersive Texas prairie corridor with 10-foot-tall bluebonnets.