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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Enjoy The Show Alone

Some pictures for those who would like to enjoy the Northwest Flower and Garden Show alone, without someone's commentary.
The pictures can be enlarged by clicking on them. Enjoy!
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Other pictures from the show are in two previous posts.
Copyright 2010 TatyanaS

29 comments:

  1. Gorgeous gardens and decorations!

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  2. I enjoyed looking at the pictures of the garden show! Ours in coming up soon but I'm not sure I'll make it this year.

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  3. Just love all the beautiful tulips and the blue hyacinth. All those blubs just looks so fabulously refreshing.

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  4. What an inspiration! That must have been such a rejuvenating excursion :)

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  5. How nice. Often I look and I hope that someone adapt your garden. Thanks

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  6. Dear Tatyana,

    What a treat to see more pictures of this show. It is beginning to put our own 'Chelsea' in the shade!

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  7. What a great event to visit during the winter!

    Cameron

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  8. So much color! They did a nice job with the flowers.

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  9. Just gorgeous! And that made me logn even more for spring to arrive and that .... snow to go away. I'll better go and put a few seeds in some pots =)

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  10. I love the wishing well with the living roof in the first picture. I haven't booked tickets for any flower shows yet this year.

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  11. I love the photos, but I like commentary too on shows like this, because I want to see what others find distinctive and interesting. Of course, you had me at the hellebores...

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  12. I love pictures. I love commentary. Thank you for all these great photos without people walking in front just as you clicked.

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  13. I'm sure glad everyone is showing great pictures of the show. I didn't make it. After driving up that way to meet Catherine I didn't think I wanted to do it twice in one week. Too hectic for me with all of the traffic I'm not use to and then to try and find parking within a days walking distance helped make it an easier decision. ;-)
    You took some really nice pictures (and on your last post too).

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  14. Fabulous photos - thanks for sharing. I think the official countdown to the Philadelphia flower show is 17. Hurrah. With more than 3 feet of snow on the ground here, it will be a welcome breath of scented air!

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  15. I love it so much I could just lay down and roll around in it!!!

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  16. A great way to spend a winters day.

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  17. Looks fun and thanks for the tour :)

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  18. Now how great is that rustic wishing well with the green roof. I can hardly wait for our garden show now.Gets the old sap flowing. LOL!

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  19. Sigh...all those wonderful plants! What fun~~gail

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  20. Thanks for the virtual tour. Almost feel like i was really there, except for the snow outside my window. Hope you had fun parusing the plants and flowers.

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  21. I am completely inspired by your Flower and Garden Show posts! It was lovely seeing it through your eyes. I may have to borrow a few ideas.

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  22. thanks for the additional photos, enjoyed it!

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  23. Great pictures. It looks like a wonderful show. i am anxiously waiting for the Philadelphia Flower Show - Feb. 28 to March 7. It's a fun way to help pass the winter.

    I received the contest book "Square Foot Gardening". Thank you VERY much. It will provide much needed entertainment after another foot of snow yesterday.

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  24. Such warmth and beauty on another cold day for me! Thanks....

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  25. Wow, enjoyed the show! Thanks, Tatyana.

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  26. Thanks so much for the tour of the show on these two posts, Tatyana. I could certainly use a day out like this right now. Chicago has its Flower and Garden Show in early March; now I'm more determined than ever to go. Just seeing all these displays makes me want to get into the garden!

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  27. I love garden show season! We've got 2 big shows in our area coming up over the next few weeks. Can't wait!

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  28. Thanks for posting, Tatyana. Good to know what I missed this year.

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