Just a few more photos from this year’s Providence Hospital Foundation Festival of Flowers.
“Dog River Hunting” by Homer McLure was a beautiful
rustic presentation of a hunting lodge . . .
complete with ammunition.
Welcome to the South.
“White Hat Ladies in Car”honored the past Mobilians who spent leisurely afternoons driving down flower filled roads. This arrangement, by LeNae Dawson of Cleveland The Florist,
is the kind of thing you had to see in person to really appreciate. Â The white hats and parasol were all invisibly suspended in air and rotated to show their finery.
There was also a wonderful display of wall garden items.
This wall garden had strawberries. Very clever!
And here is your salad for the day – growing right on your fence.
Can’t wait to see what they do next year!
Top photo courtesy of Spark Imaging.
My sister is growing salad plants in a big plastic pot. That fence idea is much prettier!
Thanks for the tour!
I think my favorite was yesterday’s entry piece with the wood slices and grass/moss. Very cool,
Hey, I could go for a salad that grew on my fence! 🙂
Everything looks lovely! This was a nice share. 🙂
oh geeeeeez … I’m feeling inspired. But a quick look at the temp makes me stay home and away from the garden shop. o_O And I live in Texas of all places …
Thanks for sharing the show with me…I was to cheap to pay that $14 ticket price.