Macy's Flower Show 2008
I took a trip over there last week and this year's show is lavish, lush and lovely.
The crowning achievement is a replica of the Macy's Herald Square store made entirely of organic plant materials like twigs, moss and bark. It was designed by landscape architect Paul Busse and it's a whimsical delight.
From tulips to orchids to hydrangeas to calla lilies, this year's show is a feast for the senses. I found myself looking forward with excitement to my own garden planting season in a few short weeks.
As a start, today I bought a small planter of pansies for my dining room. The pansies are a delicate apricot color and they have a wonderfully subtle scent.
But back to Macy's, I took lots of pictures at the flower show and you can check out the best of them here.