A Trip to DC: United States Botanic Garden is the second in the ADB Design’s series dedicated to the wonderful attractions at the U.S. capital. This collection is full of flowers and foliage you can find at the Botanic Garden in Washington D.C. plus all the necessary extras to create marvelous scrapbook pages.
The U.S. Botanic Garden, or USBG, established by Congress in 1820, is a living plant museum on the National Mall. The Conservatory reopened in December 2001 after a four-year renovation, showcasing an impressive state-of-the-art indoor garden with approximately 4,000 seasonal, tropical and subtropical plants. The U.S. Botanic Garden is administered by the Architect of the Capitol and offers special exhibits and educational programs throughout the year.
Also, a part of the USBG, Bartholdi Park is located across the street from the conservatory. This beautifully landscaped flower garden has as its centerpiece, a classical style fountain that was created by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, the French sculptor who also designed the Statue of Liberty.
While the D.C. Botanic Garden was the inspiration for this colorful collection, it is perfectly suited to help you turn a variety of personal photos into memories you can pass to down for future generations.
Included in the A Trip To D.C. Botanic Garden Bundle by ADB Designs
A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Page Kit A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Accent Cards A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Masks A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Page Borders A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Blendables A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Alphas A Trip To DC – U.S. Botanic Garden Solid Papers
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Included in the Lumberjack Bundle by ADB Designs
Lumberjack Page Kit
Lumberjack Scenic Papers
Lumberjack Solid Papers
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