Autumn colors are guaranteed to be at their peak in the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory’s Fall Flower Show, which runs now through November 29.
The first half of the show features a Halloween-inspired palette of pumpkin-colored chrysanthemums accented by licorice-black elephant ears and grasses. A Como tradition since the 1920s, the annual chrysanthemum display also features bright purple and lime green mums that bring a spicy fall scent into Minnesota’s most beautiful room.
Following a show change November 2-6, the Fall Flower Show will feature an updated color palette of orange and bronze chrysanthemums highlighted with accents of yellow and white.
The color palette of the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory’s Sunken Garden has shifted for the second half of the Fall Flower Show, open now through November 29. Enjoy a sneak peek of a new array of orange and bronze chrysanthemums highlighted with accents of yellow and white.
While Como’s Sunken Garden flower shows are always free, visitors are required to make a reservation as part of our safe social-distancing guidelines. Come see the fall colors, and make your reservation today!
“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall” -Oscar Wilde