Leaf-peeping, Las Vegas-style at the Bellagio

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Forty-four types of flowers, shrubs and trees are used in "Deeper into the Woods" at the Bellagio. Photo Credit: MGM Resorts International

Brightly colored floral mushroom topiaries, towering ginkgo trees, festive foliage and whimsical dragonflies highlight the autumn display at the Bellagio's Conservatory & Botanical Garden.

"Deeper Into the Woods," designed by Ed Libby and installed by the Bellagio's horticulture team, is open through Nov. 13.

"As guests embark on their journey, a fairytale-like adventure inspires transformation and reflection at each turn," Libby said. "Our fall display is designed to be a fully immersive experience through delightful visuals, scents and sounds that give guests the familiar warm and cozy autumn feeling."

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A fairy house, surrounded by flowing water to symbolize renewal, is the focal point of the West Bed. Tall ginkgo trees covered in lush golden leaves arch over the garden. Dragonflies, symbols of transformation and adaptability, are overhead.

In the North Bed, grizzly bears sit beside a water fountain, while two foxes sail the koi pond in a handcrafted sailboat in the South Bed. Another fox dozes under a large mushroom topiary topped with colorful flowers, while yet another playfully rolls in a waterfall.

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