Today our friend Jim Herring, Connie and I visited the Bellagio's new spring exhibit. Titled Japanese Spring, this exhibit was designed by Ed Libby and Bellagio’s Horticulture team Its display channels Japanese culture, utilizing a variety of beautiful symbolic elements to honor the dawning of a new season. One of the most treasured elements is also one of the most celebrated in Japan: the spring blooms of cherry blossoms, which are absolutly beautiful. This Japanese-inspired display contains more than 65,000 fragrant flowers and botanical materials. For a description and more pictures, click here for a link to the page ... Bellagio's Conservatory & Botanical Garden.