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Cleveland Garden Show

Posted by crunchpa z5Pa (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 14, 09 at 9:30

The Cleveland Home&Garden show is one of the largest in the country and comes at a time when you need to see some flowers around this region. They have several homes constructed inside along with various patio and garden displays.
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This is a fountain with grape colored water thats flowing into the pitcher

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RE: Cleveland Garden Show

  • Posted by jroot 5A Ont. Canada (near (My Page) on
    Sat, Feb 14, 09 at 17:22

I love to go to the Garden Shows in the early spring. They are SOOOO uplifting. Thanks for sharing. I really like that 2nd photo. It gets me thinking ...


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RE: Cleveland Garden Show

Thanks for sharing! Garden shows can be such torture to see all the garden beauty and know we won't see it at home for months! The Seattle Flower and Garden show was looking for a buyer or it was to be it's last year this year. don't know if a buyer came forward--maybe we in the NW will have to go to Cleveland for our early garden "fix" next year!
Still frost on the lawn this morning here outside Seattle, snow less that 2 weeks ago.

waiting impatiently!


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RE: Cleveland Garden Show

Thanks for sharing! Garden shows can be such torture to see all the garden beauty and know we won't see it at home for months! The Seattle Flower and Garden show was looking for a buyer or it was to be it's last year this year. don't know if a buyer came forward--maybe we in the NW will have to go to Cleveland for our early garden "fix" next year!
Still frost on the lawn this morning here outside Seattle, snow less that 2 weeks ago.

waiting impatiently!


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