The One Spot In Massachusetts That’s Filled With Flowers All Winter Long
Are the winter blues setting in? Feel like you’ll never thaw? Are you aching for the first signs of spring? We totally get it, so here’s a gorgeous, little-known spot where it’s spring all year long.
Even in the middle of winter, the Botanic Garden of Smith College lets you wander through their beautiful (and warm!) glass greenhouses and breathe in the scent of spring. If you’re longing for an escape from the frost and craving the fragrance of blooming flowers, you need to visit this magical attraction.
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Please check the Botanic Garden’s website to see what’s in season before you go. Some of the flowers pictured above may not be in bloom all winter, but there is always something magical flowering.
The Botanic Garden of Smith College is located at 16 College Lane, Northampton.