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Nov. 29, 2019 – Jan. 12, 2020

Pittsburgh's blockbuster holiday experience was bigger and brighter than ever at Winter Flower Show and Light Garden: Holiday Magic! With a theme of Festival of Trees, this show truly highlighted botanical beauty. Show features included Phipps' Magical Carousel in the Palm Court, which used a tree as the center pole, rows of poinsettia trees in the Sunken Garden, a floating forest in the Victoria Room, topiary animals enjoying a forest feast in the East Room and topiary reindeer wandering among an icy blue forest in the Serpentine Room. The Discovery and Outdoor Gardens glowed brightly as usual, with a stunning new addition of flower lights illuminating the lower branches of a magnificent tree in the Outdoor Garden.


Palm Court

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Sunken Garden

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Victoria Room

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East Room

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Broderie Room

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Discovery Garden

Winter Flower Show and Light Garden 2019: Holiday Magic

Outdoor Garden

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Serpentine Room

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Photos © Paul g. Wiegman