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Re: Cincinnati Flower Show

Oh MY!  Could someone please get a picture of that ferris wheel.  Sounds awesome!!

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Linda L Wallpe <lwallpe@juno.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Thu, 6 Mar 2003 22:41:56 -0500

>Someone asked after this show awhile back.  
>Here is the latest publicity.
>Sounds like it will be a pretty show.
>Linda W.
>14th Annual Cincinnati Flower Show held on the banks of Lake Como at
>Coney Island.
>April 23-27, 2003    The only flower show in N. America to earn RHS
>The Floral Ferris Wheel, more than 3o feet in diameter will be
>Floating garden exhibit in Lake Como includes topiary swans floating
>serenely on the water.
>Grand Marquee will feature 40 landscape gardens and single genus displays
>such as hostas, caladiums, alstroemerias, violas and daffodils.
>One of the most popular attractions are the Dramatic Table Settings: 
>works of art from interior designers, artists and amateur stylists.  The
>spotlight table this year has been designed by Tiffany & Co.
>Other popular areas are Container Gardens and Window Boxes in an English
> A 'back-by-popular demand' exhibit is Country Living Gardener's Ask The
>Experts.  Questions from the audience will be taken and demonstrations
>given from planting to pruning.
>The Marketplace offers a broad selection of gardening products from 100
>vendors in 30 states:  clippers to conservatories.  
>The Plant Market offers a wide selection of annuals, perennials, herbs,
>shrubs, trees and indoor plants.  
>Admission is $15, for adults, $3. for children ages 3-12.  
>Reduced price if ordered online at www.cincyflowershow.com or by phone at
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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