Longwood Gingerbread Christmas 2011

Lighted path to the Conservatory

Lighted trees on the way to the Conservatory

Longwood Christmas gingerbread tree, originally uploaded by DianthusMoon.

Sean and I went over to the gardens today as we figured it wouldn’t be that crowded mid-week and also that it was raining. We were right, though surprised to see how many people there were anyway. The theme was all about gingerbread. I still have more to upload-so enjoy as I do so. Of course no work today, even though I called this morning. I had a bad night with my knees and ankles hurting (I worn new shoes with a small heel). Longwood Christmas candy jar display with Christmas tree

Gingerbread house of Dupont House Gingerbread house of DuPont Home

Longwood Christmas colorful tree


Longwood Christmas trees and fountains

Main Conservatory

Longwood Christmas red tree through ivy


Sean in front of the Green tree

About Dianne

Domestic goddess, wife, mom, gardener, paper and collage artist, geocacher, local traveler, cross stitcher, baker, crafter, Facebooker, blogger, decorator and photographer.

2 responses »

  1. Oh, how beautiful! I just love the main conservatory with the blue spruce/white lights. What a nice vignette with the candy jars and the colored lighted tree.

    I am waiting for my son to arrive. He should be here within the next 30 minutes. I took two vacation days so I don’t have to go to work until Monday. He has not been home for Christmas in a few years so all the family is looking forward to seeing him at the C. Eve party.

    Merry Christmas, Dianne!

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