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VBG Vireya Rhododendron House Soft Opening June 5th

May 11, 2015

Located 30 minutes south of Old Town at Km. 24 on Highway 200, Vallarta Botanical Gardens offer something to keep every age group happy. For more information, visit vbgardens.org.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - The Vallarta Botanical Gardens' beautiful new Dick and Dee Daneri Vireya Rhododendron House has been completed and the gardeners are busy transplanting a stunning Vireya collections there now. A soft opening of this new garden attraction is scheduled for noon of Friday, June 5th at 12 pm.

More lovely Vireyas are currently in cultivation and will be transferred to the Dick and Dee Daneri Vireya Rhododendron House in the winter when the Gardens will hold a grand opening event to celebrate the completion of this project in its full glory.

Vireyas, formerly referred to as Malesian Rhododendrons in respect to where they were first discovered, has a range extending as far north as Taiwan, south to northern Australia, and east to the Solomon Islands.


Located 30 minutes south of Old Town at Km. 24 on Highway 200, Vallarta Botanical Gardens offer something to keep every age group happy; from a Rose Garden for the romantic to jungle trails for the adventurous and a Carnivorous Plants area for the younger generation! The Botanical Gardens' vibrant and elegant settings also offer the perfect venue for weddings and special occasions. For more information, call (322) 223-6182 or visit vbgardens.org.

Click HERE to learn more about Vallarta Botanical Gardens.