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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Fragments of some miniature gardens at NWFGS - 2014



Succulents, tropicals and orchids were the focus of several small space gardens at the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle.


Air plants (Tillandsia) could be seen here and in the show's marketplace too. 




Nice post by Karen Chapman about the display 'Beyond The Potted Plant' is HERE


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A miniature garden for those who like fairies and gnomes:









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Orchids in frames were in agreement with this year's theme "Art in Bloom'':







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This tropical garden would fit well on a big balcony or a porch: 








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There never could be too many Orchids...







Beautiful wooden pots for orchids were for sale at the show's marketplace.










Have a great weekend!
***Copyright 2014 TatyanaS

12 comments:

  1. Thanks for this look at some of my favorite gardens at the show. I always like the small space gardens, they do so much and there's so many wonderful details to see. I didn't see those wooden pots with the cracks in the marketplace. They're cool!

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    1. Alison, I always miss something at the show. That is why it's so interesting to see what other bloggers posted!

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  2. Beautiful! I love the fairy gardens and the Orchids ... and the air plants! Some people are so creative!

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    1. Thank you Beth! I've never had air plants. Maybe, I should try.

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  3. I love the glass containers with sand!

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  4. I love those photos of donkey tail or burro's tail sedum. I had a very big one last summer, but it broke off a lot. Needless to say, I have many "little beans" rooting. Beautiful pictures. I have a blog/website at thehypertufagardener.com. Thanks.

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    1. Thank you Kim! I usually have trouble overwintering burro's tail. But, this year I did it right and my plants look healthy. I haven't watered them!
      I certainly will visit your blog!

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  5. Wonderful, Tatyana! Orchid pots are outstanding!

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  6. What eye candy!! I love the idea of framing the blooms with a photo frame.

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  7. Such a wonderful display! I love the photo of the leaf unfolding, spectacular. Happy spring!

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  8. I may have to steal that idea of the wind bottle planters.

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