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Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Philadelphia 2010 Flower Show



My view of the current 2010 Philadelphia Flower Show.
A few pictures can be enlarged, just look for the x.
I've edited and edited but still have alot of pics.
This page may be slow loading. You also can sit back and view a Slide Show
Hope you have a few minutes and enjoy.


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Click below for floor plan.






23 comments:

  1. Patsi girl .... WOW !! ... I loved seeing the European garden displays/shows .. they could challenge these type for sure .. but today I am considering going to our local one here in Kingston .. it is so small .. well you know the joke about the flea circus ? LOL
    Great pictures girl .. made me feel SPRINGY !
    Joy : )

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  2. Wonderful tour. From the front porches to the redbud to the rhodos. Makes one itchy for spring to arrive.

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  3. Overload! WOW! I love #23 - something I'd love to do with the opening in our woods. Can't use tulips there, but all the other plants would be deer resistant.

    ....and the floral arrangements are incredible. What a fantasy world to visit in the cold winter months. I've never been to a flower show.

    Those irises... got to research. Love #39 arrangement.

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  4. Wow Patsi, thanks for loading all of these photos, it was just like being there! I saw lots of inspiring things, it must have been heavenly to be there. We went one time, when we lived in PA and there were only two kids. They all started sneezing as soon as we walked in the door, allergic to all the flowers! We had to leave and I have never been back. One of these days....
    Frances

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  5. What a great post!!! Loved those front porch scenes. All those new flower introductions, wow. I'll bet you were on bloom overload by the time you left:)
    Marnie

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  6. The balloon made of flowers is amazing, and I love the daffs.

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  7. Whew! Patsi, this is an amazing post that must have taken quite some time to upload! I've not been to such a show... thank you for taking me along! ;-)

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  8. Philadelphia is always a stunning show. Thank you so very much for sharing these, Patsi. You could show your discards, too. I'd like them.

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  9. It looks like it was a really nice show. It's really fun seeing what the different garden shows are like. Thanks for sharing the great pictures!

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  10. Thank you, Patsi! Wonderful pictures, and thank you so much for putting the names of the plants on them!!!

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  11. Nice, Patsi. I can see you had a great time looking around! I really enjoyed pics 67 and 69. Very nice!

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  12. Glad everyone is enjoying the show.
    You know I'm not one to teach, educate or boost about my picture taking skills, but I do like sharing. Happy this post is bringing some joy your way. Even maybe some new ideas !

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  13. Hi Patsi... wow this certainly puts us in the mood for the gardening year and shows to come. Thank-you! Fav shots have to be 66-69 :-D

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  14. Wow, awesome pictures! :D

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  15. You lucky girl you! I was just reading Teresa's Gardening with Soule and she also attended it. Such beauty! I can't decide if I like the asparagus fern, irises or euphorbia best. Great photos of all the neat stuff~!

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  16. Whooaah!!! I need to come back again and again to see these photos...they are really wonderful! Did you visit for just one day? It would take weeks to see it all! I have GOT to plant TONS of muscari next fall so I can have a 'river' effect! It looks so lovely with all the tulips and the forsythia on either side of it. Thanks for sharing these excellent photos Patsi! Jan

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  17. So much beauty to absorb! You caught it well with your camera. I love those porch scenes!
    Thanks so much for sharing. I feel like I was there...minus the crowds :)
    Wonderful photos, Patsi. Thank you!

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  18. Hi Patsy,
    Thanks for the color/bloom fix. What a fun time that must have been seeing all those glorious displays! I was going to say I liked the irises the best until I saw a few more, then, I couldn't pick a favorite. Spring is so close, but we had more snow today, and could get more tomorrow. I am ready for summer!

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  19. Wow, that is quite a show. Great photos. Too bad you could bring all of those flowers home.

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  20. Wow, beautiful, beautiful flowers!! I enjoyed the show!

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  21. Hi Patsi, I am so impressed with this post and your presentation of the show... I particularly love the little Iris Pauline and 21,22 and 23! Beautiful!! What a show! I am glad to have found your blog over at blotanical!! Carol

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  22. Patsi, your pics are AMAZING!!! Love all the close-ups! And I laughed that some of our photos are identical! I've posted only a handful, so far...come by! :)

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  23. Mega-Beautiful! What a fantastic and inspiring post filled with beauty and magic and such vibrancy and life! Wonderful!
    Kiki~

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