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Monday, February 20, 2012

Part 2. After NWFGS Dreams

For those of you who liked the cupcakes-candles from the previous post Part one , this is their site:
 Imagine Gifts and Boutique
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  1. I'm going to be first to comment (for once!) More amazing imaginative displays and beautifully put together. I can't think of anything quite like that over here in the UK. Your photos make me want to visit but I'll just have to pinch the ideas instead. The orchids on top of the piano are a great arrangement.

  2. Thanks for sharing these photos Tatyana! I never get tired of looking at photos of garden shows, so many beautiful ideas! :)

  3. great ... what I love those mushrooms ...:)

  4. Each has its own beauty but oh how I love violets do not grow here. They do but don't sell.

  5. There are so many great ideas! My favorite among them all is the painted 3 tier plant stand behind the moss lady. I also love the blue mushrooms and all the turquoise pots!

  6. I am drooling. LOL! So many pretties. I adore the watering can lightening rod on the roof of the shed. How cute. And all of the Fairies since I am collecting now to make a Fairy garden this spring. How did they get that stuff in that light bulb? LOL! How sweet! I loved the Grass Lady in your previous posting but I did not see the glass in her had. Great touch. Looks like such a fun show.

  7. Lots of interesting stuff at that show! I am amazed by those yellow orchids that look like giant Lady's Slippers.

  8. I really like the wooden pitch forks and the fun ceramic mushrooms. One of these days I am going to get a Harry Lauder's Walking Stick.

  9. Wow! So much to I wish I could have been there, but I really appreciate posting those gorgeous photos. I like the garden room much imagination. All the flowers are so beautiful. I can just imagine the fragrance. My favorite is the pleione orchids although I know they would perish in my climate!

  10. Beautiful! I am taken aback by every single photo...amazing. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Hi there! I have looked at your photos of both NWFGS posts and they are all so beautiful! It was fun to note the items that we both took pictures of but your photos are AMAZING! I really like looking at your photos because you have captured many of the smaller details/displays that even though I attended the show had overlooked because there is SO MUCH to see. Thanks again for all the great photography!


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