If you love houseplants and music (especially Jazz quartets or a 4 piece musical ensemble), this display is for you!
Using succulents, air plants, epiphytes and imported real cork bark - a real whimsical theme was created.
I was told it took 190 hours of labour, many hands to construct the structure and two very talented growers from the City of Toronto to put it all together.
Congratulations for winning, Best Use of Indoor Plant Material and the Best Use of Colour for a booth display!
One of my favourite aspects: all the plants will be reused and resituated in the City's two conservatories: in Alan Gardens and Centennial Park. No waste. One of my pet-peves is seeing plants nearly dead at the end of a Blooms show. These held up quite well and will be all returned to the greenhouses once the show closes.
Bravo and hats off to a wonderful creative flow, layout and fun City initiative!
Click here to see more beautiful horticulture displays that the City has to offer.
Wow this is so neat- reminds me kind of of the rose bowl parade, if you know what I mean! Wish I could have come and seen this!ReplyDelete