All-America Selections Winner

The Conservatory at Miami Hamilton is a registered All-America Selections (AAS) Display Garden. All-America Selections National and Regional Winners have been tested for garden performance by a panel of expert judges. AAS gardens provide the public with an opportunity to view the newest AAS Winners in an attractive well-maintained setting. Check out the All-America Selections Best of 2018

Learn it at Lunch

Learn it at Lunch

Grab a friend and a pack a lunch to learn those green thumb tactics you always wondered about. No experience required. All events are free and open to the public.

Largest Tropical Trees 
February 13
12 - 1 PM  

Growing Succulents
March 13
12 - 1 PM

Seed Starting
April 10
12 - 1 PM

Blooming Beauties

Orange Hippesstrum hybrid.

Hippesstrum hybrids are given the common name amaryllis. These are bulbs that are sold each fall for winter forcing. These hybrids are developed from species of plants indigenous to Central and South America. Plants can be grown year after year, with proper care. Inquire at the conservatory for more details.

Garden Kaleidoscope

Left image is a male looking through the gold cylinder at the flowers. Right kaleidoscope image of the flowers.

Designed by Robert Anderson, the garden kaleidoscope was inspired by an interest in ecology merged with the concepts of kaleidoscopes as an art form and outdoor sculpture. Special thanks to Sue Samoviski and City of Sculpture, and the generosity of some very generous donors to make this special gift in honor of Miami Hamilton's 50th anniversary!