The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden Goes Italian

This summer it's all about "La Dolce Vita."

June 26, 2019

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Summer in Las Vegas isn't always about the 3-digit temperatures. 

The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden has provided our city and its visitors a delightful new display of flowers. After a picturesque  Japanese spring- inspired display, the Bellagio has decided to welcome the summer months with what they introduced as "La Dolce Vita." This beautiful display portrays what a summer in Italy would look like. The display is stunning and its meant to take you on a journey of Italy. The lemon trees, water fountains, swans, horses, and jockeys are meant to represent various regions of the country. 

According to the Review Journal, it took a crew of 125 members and 57,000 flowers to complete the new display. "La Dolce Vita" will be showcased until September.

Summer is upon us here in our Conservatory and Botanical Garden. From lemon tree branches to serene beds of flowers, escape into La Dolce Vita.

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