9. Conservatory Garden

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The six-acres of formals gardens inside the Conservatory Garden are just as bright and colorful in the fall as they are in the spring. During the autumn season the garden’s crabapple allees turn reddish-orange and there is a beautiful chrysanthemum display. The garden’s Stewartia trees take on hues of orange, red, and purple while the Star Magnolias turn yellow and bronze. As an officially designated quiet zone, the conservatory is the perfect place for a quiet retreat on a crisp autumn day.

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