I will start with the Orchids of the Reynolda greenhouses and Conservatory. The plants in this little section are marked for sale.
The stunning Lady Slipper Orchid was selling for 28$ They are some of my favorites.
I intended to take a photo of the enctrance to the Arboretum but forgot apparently. Here is a little history about the greenhouses and Conservatory. This is an excerpt from the Reynolda Gardens website.
The Greenhouse and Conservatory
The 1913 Lord and Burnham greenhouse and conservatory was designed to serve the needs of the family and Reynolda Farms, as well as to provide income through the commercial enterprise, Reynolda Florist, which was an active business for over fifty years. Today the buildings contain an educational display of tropical and succulent plants, featuring an extensive orchid collection. The growing houses support the requirements of the formal gardens and plant sales. One wing of the greenhouse has been converted to a classroom.
Such an amazing little orchid! The weeping nature of this one makes it spectacular.