Garden and Flower Show 2010 (1)
The Man Who Planted Trees – Made up of more than 130,000 plants, this 5m-tall topiary display was inspired by French author Jean Giona’s 1953 eco-fable of the same name, about a shepherd who transforms a barren valley into a Garden.
This garden pays tribute to gardeners as well as their daily tools such as the wheelbarrow. The wheelbarrow is symbolic of the gardener’s work – an indispensable part of the gardener’s arsenal of tools that helps to elevate his/her efforts in work of arts.
This is lovely. Thank you for sharing. 🙂
Beautiful, they look mind blowing!
Everything is so beautiful…and great photos:)
I loved the wheelbarrow shot!
Beautiful. Nice clicks
Wow … they are really beautiful!
They look amazing! That took lots of patience and passion…
Sounds amazing, Ann! Thanks a lot for bringing us there with your beautiful photos 😀
these are beautiful photos Ann, thank you for sharing. i really love flowers and plants but unlike my Dad, i cannot seem to keep them alive….sigh. he takes such good care of them and has such patience for them.
Awesome! Love the garden showcase so much 🙂
wow gorgeous oh and saved you some pancakes Anncoo lol
So creative and beautiful. What a fabulous way to spend an afternoon.
thank you for visiting my blog … u have a lovely blog too with some very interesting posts
I also spend a few hours there, hehe…
Wow, these are just amazing. I just keep scrolling up and down my computer screen, I just can't stop staring at them. Thank you for posting these loveliness, what a way to start my weekend.
Magnificent. Thank you for brightening my day with these beautiful photos!
Such lovely creations! I like the Peranakan Garden. Can't wait for more pictures 🙂
Wow! Gorgeous pictures Ann. There was a lot to look at there! Can't wait for more!
I love flowers especially fresh and green plant! thanks for sharing☺
we make all sorts of things we call art but the most beautiful creation is the nature it self ….beautiful…wish I could come
Oh Jelena, it is really worth to attend this show. I spent half a day there, they even have a supermarket garden and Minute garden for children to learn where their favorite foods come from.
the exhibits look really grand 🙂
Amazing photos. What incredible talent.
Wonderful pics. I didn't get to see The Man Who Planted Trees. How did I miss it??
Reply: The Man Who Planted Trees was at level 4. I think you must be crowded with all those beautiful flowers…hahaa..
Wow…these are real beautiful! I would find a place somewhere among the plants to relax…….refreshing and relaxing! 😀
Yes Mary, I was there almost half a day and I really don't mind to go for another round.
Don't you just love the green! I think they look gorgeous. Have a happy weekend, dear.
the balcony garden is so pretty. nice to have a wedding photo hehehe
Thanks for sharing with us this refreshing photos with all green. Have a great weekend ahead.
Woow, beautiful! It's nearly 40C in Tokyo again, but your photos cool me down 🙂
lovely post on garden decoration…i love plants and they keep me rooted with their silent love…thanks for this lovely picts…first time to your blog u a beautifull space here with lovely collection of recipes..u got a lovely cake collection too
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