Yesterday hubby & I went to the Northwest Flower & Garden Show in Seattle, where this years theme was "A Floral Symphony". Not only was there a dizzying array of unique display gardens, but tons of fun and interesting ideas that left me, well, dizzy with excitement!
Check out this oh so fashionable mossy lady. How fun is that? Notice that her wine glass is actually a terrarium?
And I totally am in love with this three tiered garden and the cloche as well!
Beautiful succulents in a concrete vessel.
In keeping with the musical theme, check out this piano bar! How fun is that?
A tiny potted garden reveals a setting fit for garden fairies! An adorable little moss covered bistro set feels like it's part of a secret garden!
I am in love with these vibrant hued roses!
Wish you could smell these lovely lilies!
Now here's a fun idea! A frame from a vintage mirror is turned into a memo board, by replacing the mirror with chicken wire. Genius!
More lovely orchids.
I loved this terrarium display! Large glass jars turned into fun and low maintenance little gardens were such a great idea, I think!
How pretty is that?
Now this is another absolutely genius idea, I think! A row of glass test tubes become miniature gardens! Love the layers of soil and pebbles.
Notice the mossy wall?
Not sure what this container originally was meant for, but I love how it was repurposed into a fun planter!
Lots of pretty spring blooms.
Aside from all of the wonderful gardens, there was a large marketplace area filled with just about every imaginable yard & garden related need. And some fun home decor booths to temp as well! Thought you would love this idea below! It's a section of old rusty bedsprings, covered with glass, to make a fun little display!
I am in love with this shell encrusted mirror!
One of my favorite displays was this recreation of a vintage Parisian street scene. Oh, la, la!
Complete with a French poodle!
In the next two shots, you will see a pond that had a "fogger". It was so neat!
Do you have spring fever yet? I sure do!
And last of all, this vertical display of plants, how cool is that?
That's it for today! Now I need to get caught up with all you talented ladies and see what you've been up to!