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things to do in DC next weekend

Posted by Komi z7/8 DC (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 1:21

I have a plant buddy visiting next weekend and am looking for things to do. Already on the list are some orchid greenhouses and the USBG. Any other suggestions for this time of year? I confess I haven't been out lately to any of the plant destinations....


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RE: things to do in DC next weekend

If you don't mind the drive, go to Longwood Gardens in Pennsylania. It's worth the price and time- spend the whole day.


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RE: things to do in DC next weekend

If the weather is nice, the evergreen collection and the bonsai museum at the National Arboretum are both nice.


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RE: things to do in DC next weekend

If it's really cold and nasty and you need a "pick me up", all winter long I suggest people go to the rain forest exhibit at the National Zoo.

The rest of your ideas will probably take up most of your "spare" time.

In case folks haven't heard about it, the USBG has a special exhibit now with Washington buildings and monuments made out of plants. (It's not on their website yet, but I saw it on the news.)


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RE: things to do in DC next weekend

  • Posted by Komi z7/8 DC (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 21, 05 at 18:00

thanks for the comments. hadn't thought of the zoo as a place to hit. (I've never been....)

Longwood is out this time, because this friend is coming from NYC - it's half way home, lol.


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RE: things to do in DC next weekend

The Bishop's Garden at the National Cathedral is a nice place to visit, even if it will not be looking at its best.
This might not the top of your wish list, if the weather is crummy.

Hope that helps,

Dan


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