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Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Posted by cyn427 z7aN. VA (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 7, 10 at 17:32

Okay, this is my second try-captions did not show up when I posted the first batch. I will try to remember to include notes between some of the pics.

corgi topiary

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entry for window boxes-right, like I could ever have one like this!

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fun.

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entry in 'happy birthday'

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This fothergilla was in the homage to John Bartram display.

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a little past its prime, but still lovely.

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deciduous azalea also in the John Bartram section-love the color.

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Digitalis and snapdragons:

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Bartram again-a VIP in PhilaPa

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Daffodils are a favorite!

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alligator fisherman topiary

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..and his catch?

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...more likely this-

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RE: Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Love the lobster and fish...and the general mood of FUN!


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RE: Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Think Denise might need a Corgi topiary ! This really whets the appetite for the SF Garden Show ,three weeks away !

Thanks for sharing this with us Cyn ! On to the next thread !

Kathy in Napa


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RE: Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Fun displays. I think I would like one of those deciduous azalea.

Norma


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RE: Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Great shots, Cynthia - your camera did really well in the interior - I love those topiaries. Catch of the day was pretty cool too.

-Cindy


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RE: Philadelphia Flower Show pics-part 1

Oh, how awesome!! Coverage of the flower show...I'll be busy browsing for a while ;) Thanks for sharing it!!!
Brenda


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