BALTIMORE (WJZ) — If you love flowers and art, then it’s a great time to take a drive over to Druid Hill Park.

Ron Matz has with the arrival of the new season, the Spring Flower Show at the Rawlings Conservatory is now in full bloom.

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The vibrant colors of a new season are now on display at the Rawlings Conservatory, where the Spring Flower Show is underway.

“This year you’re going to enter another world, it’s the garden galaxy,” Sandy Reagan, horticultural assistant at the conservatory said.  “We have a space theme going on with art and flowers.”

From the purple hyacinth to beautiful tulips and daffodils, this year’s theme is the garden galaxy, where the sun meets the moon and flowers come to life.

“The first thing that’s going to hit you when you walk in is the fragrance. You’re going to smell the Hyacinth,” Reagan said. “We have four different colors of Hyacinth and of course the daffodils and a variety of tulips.”

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This year the conservatory is also partnering with a local artist.

Yulia Hanansen is known for her glass mosaics.

“She’s internationally renown, she’s won a lot of awards and she just moved to Baltimore so this is her first opening in the city,” Julia Dodd, a horticultural assistant at the Rawlings Conservatory said.

You can also feel, see and smell the warmth of a new day.

“We of course hope the people will enjoy the flowers. I always see people get a little uplifted especially after this rough winter,” Reagan said.  “They see all these beautiful colors. I see faces lights up. They’re just happy winter’s finally over and this is truly a sign of spring.”

The Spring Flower Show at the Rawlings Conservatory continues through Sunday, April 12th.

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