Loving and Appreciating Nature
The beauty of life cannot be seen only on one’s appearance but by how it is spent. If you are dealing with a life-limiting illness or a retiree, Peace Hospice and Palliative Care is the place for you to go. At Peace, you will be taken care of in the most dignified manner through bereavement support, spiritual support and even a hospice with music in Illinois.
Peace Hospice & Palliative Care, as the best in hospice in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs, is a place not of hopelessness but of comfort where patients and families are given the opportunity to live their lives to the fullest. If you have decided to live life to the fullest, don’t hesitate to contact Peace Hospice & Palliative Care.
Of course, life is lived to the fullest must be appreciated as well. A place where appreciation is prosperous is the Garfield Park Conservatory. It is described as the “landscape art under glass” because of the buildings is shaped like a haystack and has walls of stratified stonework. As one of the largest conservatories in the world, not only diverse flora is present but also revolutionary architecture. The conservatory hosts about 120,000 plants which every season different flowers bloom.
Inside the conservatory is a Palm House featuring more than 70 species of graceful palms. A Fern Room is also present where a glimpse of what might be the past landscape of Chicago would look like can be seen. Inside also is the Desert House, showcasing Chicago’s spectacular collection of cacti and succulents. Another is the Aroid House with a Persian pool hosting yellow lilies.
The conservatory is the best place for kids. Interactive learning programs are also available from time to time. Children can learn more about nature with the conservatory’s trained Nature Education Teachers.