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Floral Design Mosiac

Saturday was Get A Jump on Spring at the Toronto Botanical Gardens.  This is an annual event put on by District 5 of the Ontario Horticulture Society and the TBG.  My friends Jennifer and Judith and I heard some good presentations looked at the marketplace and visited with people we knew and did not know.  My mosiac is showing some of the winners from the Floral Design Competition.  The two at the top were floral designs in a purse and the bottom two were hats.  Colourful for sure.  More mosiacs can be found at Mary's http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/

Comments

Amazing floral arrangements...thanks for sharing them with us!!!
Luna said…
Beautiful mosaic!!!
Best wishes....Luna
Snap said…
I bet this was fun! Delightful mosaic.
Deb said…
Beautiful, creative floral designs! Great mosaic Valerie.
GardenofDaisies said…
LOVE the leaf basket!!! WOW.
Ebie said…
They sure deserve to win! They are just lovely!
Kimberly said…
Very pretty! I garden in sandy soil too...but definitely south of you in SE Florida! :)
I heard that Saturday was going to be fun, too bad I was away for the weekend.
If you have sandy soil, I am guessing you live in the Beach?
I used to work at a flower shop there.
I guess I should have read your blog profile, before guessing where you lived.
Christine B. said…
I for one, wish I had the nerve to wear a purple flower hat like the one pictured. I'm trying to picture the reaction at church if I wore it Easter Sunday. Thanks for the laugh.

Christine in Alaska
Mary said…
So imaginative and beautiful! Thanks for sharing at MM. :)

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