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A Special larger-than-life glass exhibit at
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Belmont, North Carolina
June 17, 2019

Note: A link to the other visits to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden can be found at the bottom of this page. This will include location, history, fountains, The Orchid Conservatory, lots of flowers and more.

To commemorate its 20-year milestone, Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden marked the occasion with a larger-than-life glass exhibit. Seattle-based artist Jason Gamrath installed 40 hyper-realistic, botanical glass sculptures, including 10-foot tall orchids, technicolor pitcher plants, beautiful-but-deadly Venus' fly traps and more.

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Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit
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Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit
Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit Jason Gamrath's glass exhibit
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Green and White Cattleya sign
Green and White Cattleya Green and White Cattleya
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Pink and White Cattleya
Pink and White Cattleya Pink and White Cattleya
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star shaped glass exhibit
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The Canal Garden stretches 100 yards and features a water spectacle bordered by ever-changing seasonal gardens highlighted by a fountain at each end, which is shown in more detail on previous visits here - see the link at the bottom of this page. This section is dedicated to the glass display.

Pitcher Plants in the Canal Garden

After photographing the above Canal Garden, Karen walked around to get the front side of the glass flower shown in the foreground of the above photo.

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purple glass flowers
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Yellow Cattleya sign Yellow Cattleya glass flower
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Corpse Flower sign
Corpse Flower
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Venus Fly Trap sign
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Lady Slipper sign
Lady Slipper glass flower
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