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"Wednesday, we’re thrilled to have you join us on our journey into the world of carnivorous plants."
-Marilyn Thornhill to Wednesday Addams[src]

Nevermore's Conservatory, often called the greenhouse, is a building where students go to learn about plants.



In "Chapter I: Wednesday's Child Is Full of Woe," Marilyn gives Wednesday a black dahlia from her conservatory, as she likes to try and match the right flower to the girls of Ophelia Hall.

Wednesday is seen attending class in "Chapter II: Woe Is the Loneliest Number." It is in this class that Xavier demonstrates his ability to bring drawings to life. Wednesday and Bianca participate in a verbal battle against each other about who knows more about certain plants.

Enid briefly mentions the greenhouse in "Chapter III: Friend or Woe" to Ajax when trying to ask him out.

Marilyn is seen teaching the class in "Chapter IV: Woe What a Night" and says that she isn't giving the students homework as the Rave'N was coming up. During class, she asks her students if anyone would be willing to volunteer for the decorating committee.

In "Chapter VIII: A Murder of Woes," Wednesday and Tyler (who was actually Larissa) confronted Marilyn about being the master of the hyde. Marilyn admits, and when she is shown that Tyler was actually Larissa, she injects Larissa with nightshade poison, killing her. She then knocked Wednesday out with a shovel.


It is a large room that has many plants. There are desks for students to sit at.





"Well, here’s a little welcome gift from my conservatory. I try to match the right flower to each of my girls. When I read your personal statement in your application, I immediately thought of this one."
-Marilyn Thornhill to Wednesday Addams[src]

"Dendrophylax lindenii. Otherwise known as the ghost orchid. First discovered on the Isle of Wight in 1854."
-Wednesday Addams[src]


Appears In[]

Wednesday series

Mentioned In[]

Wednesday series


  • The conservatory was shot in Gradina Botanica Dimitrie Brândza, which is located in Bucharest, Romania.

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