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Colour at the Show

 

Canada Blooms was all about colour to get us into the mood for spring.   I thought I would show you some of them today.  The photos have not been edited but are SOOC.

blue orchids

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who would have thought to see blue orchids.   Lona Dawn of a Hocking Hill Garden showed a photo of blue orchids on her blog a week or so ago when she was at the Ohio Garden Show.   I just had to show that they were shown at Canada Blooms too and a price of $39.99 a pot.

orange-tulips-for-the-web

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Home Depot was a big sponsor of the show this year and everywhere were these bright orange Emperor Tulips.   This was at the Home Depot booth.

Jully's pink tulips

Jully Black,  a Juno winner, had a garden  based on a song of hers called “Running” that emphasized that although we are all of different races we are all equal.   She used lots of pink rhododendron and tulips in her garden.

pink shelf

Even in the market place there was colour everywhere.   I loved how this booth put all the like colours on the shelf together.  Those pots are so pretty in plaid.

Liney Moon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My husband took this photo as he was the only one willing to stand out on our back deck in the cold to take pictures of the moon as it was close to the earth.  

I got lots more to show you but that is enough for today.   Have a great day.   Valerie

Comments

Lori E said…
I know an orchid grower and judge. I'll have to ask him how they came up with a blue orchid.
Hi Val, Love the pink plaid pots. I should have bought one, so pretty.
Karen said…
Valerie, I saw the blue orchids and was amazed. Who knew orchids came in blue? Beautiful. Love the mass display of tulips, such vibrant colors. I didn't make it to any garden shows this year, but thanks to all the great blogs out there, I didn't miss out.
Kind of wishing I had bought one of those blue orchids - aren't they beautiful?
Judith
Crafty Gardener said…
I'm enjoying your glimpses into Canada Blooms. Oh if only we could have displays like they set up.
Donna Heber said…
Hi Val,

Your photos are stunning of the show! Those blue orchids are simply gorgeous. I discovered your blog through Mosaic Monday. I hope to meet some new people as I am a gardener too.
WOW- I am such a sucker for all those flowers & then go & throw in a moon shot- I am swooning!! :)

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