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Cut Flowers and Floral Design: "Serendipity".....flower show in Austin, TX

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:09 AM

Post #4056052

Terri asked in d-mail that I post pics of the flower show held today. There were four sections, each with three classes. Bear in mind, I'm a hands-on gardener, not a flower designer. I'm the horticulture classification chairman for the shows. Due to a terrible accident, I had to replace an entrant. Never having done a design, mine fell somewhere between overdone and haven't a clue!
I loved the creativity of the entrants. Will post photos to follow...
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:11 AM

Post #4056067

"Serendipity is...A Secret Garden"

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:12 AM

Post #4056103

Secret Garden...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:13 AM

Post #4056107

Secret Garden...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:14 AM

Post #4056112

Secret Garden..

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:17 AM

Post #4056125

Serendipity is...A Tranquil Lake" Oriental, incorparating an expanse of water...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:18 AM

Post #4056130

lake...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:19 AM

Post #4056137

lake

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:21 AM

Post #4056149

lake...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:27 AM

Post #4056179

Serendipity is..."An Autumn Day" does not includea decorative unit, but must include some fresh plant material placed where needed to aid rhythm, repeat color and conformn to overall degree of formality...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:29 AM

Post #4056180

autumn...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:35 AM

Post #4056193

"Serendipity is...A Reflective Moment" Section B, Class 4

Class 4, 5, & 6 that follow were all Designer's Choice, with freedom of design and plant material, etc.

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:36 AM

Post #4056195

Reflective..

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:37 AM

Post #4056201

Reflective...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:38 AM

Post #4056208

Reflective

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:43 AM

Post #4056229

Serendipity is...A Junk Store Find...creative design of any syle, incorporating or featuring a treasured object...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:47 AM

Post #4056245

Junk...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:47 AM

Post #4056251

Junk...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:49 AM

Post #4056256

Junk...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:54 AM

Post #4056273

Serendipity is...A Childhood Memory" Multi-Rhythmic Design, interpreting a childhood adventure, visit to Disneyland, a roller coaster ride, etc...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:55 AM

Post #4056278

Childhood..

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
1:57 AM

Post #4056294

Childhood...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
3:22 AM

Post #4056594

childhood

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
3:25 AM

Post #4056603

The petites...

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
3:26 AM

Post #4056608

more minis

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 7, 2007
3:27 AM

Post #4056610

last one...

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karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 8, 2007
11:42 AM

Post #4060272

Bubbles, thanks for sharing. Which one is yours? My favorite is the 3 (fuji?) white mums in the lake category. I get the "lake" feel the artist was trying to portray...and I can't believe how it was accomplished with only 3 flowers.

Love the way all the arrangements were displayed. I enjoyed the show, but I bet it was a lot of fun in person. Thanks again.

edited for spelling

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 12, 2007
4:15 PM

Post #4075540

Karmaplace...just getting back to you...

Mine was the...ahem...overdone cat whirligig! 'Came in 3rd. Guess that wasn't too bad for first time (and last time) entry. I love arranging flowers at home, but not for a flower show with a "theme." Was stressful... and expensive!
My favorite was the first pic in the "reflective moment" category. I'm amazed at the creativity of all tho...
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 13, 2007
12:42 AM

Post #4076825

Bubbles, I don't know which one is the cat whirlgig! Sorry. . . what does that mean? Your favorite is my 2nd favorite!
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 13, 2007
2:07 AM

Post #4077198

''Cat'' is 3rd one in Junk store find category...
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 13, 2007
12:20 PM

Post #4077994

Don't know how I missed the cat. . . duh. Very nice bubbles. . .third place is a great accomplishment!
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 13, 2007
6:40 PM

Post #4079047

Bubbles, I am not a person who loves animal figurines, just my taste. However, I love that cat. Is it an antique? I would love to have one, if it is a reproduction, as it is made so well. I love the "jointed" joints. AND, your arrangement is fantastic!! Are you a professional or taken a class or self taught. Karma is trying to help me limp along.
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 13, 2007
6:42 PM

Post #4079050

Not knowing flowers well, are those "cattails" in the arrangement. If so, what a great idea. Is there any catnip in it? I think you did wonderful.
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 16, 2007
2:40 AM

Post #4087734

Well, thanks pupil... I'm not a professional, never taken a class, just do home arrangements. Yes, those are cattails. I wanted pussy willows also, but couldn't find them. The cat was a rather expensive piece of "junk" for the arrangement. I bought it years ago for outside, but it was too delicate to stand up to sun and rain. Glad I finally found a use for it. I didn't enjoy entering the flower show. Had no idea what was expected and felt woefully unprepared. We had to chose a piece we'd find in a junk store and create an arangement around it. Will stick to horticultural entries in future!
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 16, 2007
2:50 AM

Post #4087775

What are horticulture entries? Cat tails and Pussy willows, through in catnip and you have it all covered.
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 16, 2007
3:08 AM

Post #4087841

Hort entries are growing plants, either in pots, baskets, or cuttings. Cut flowers would be rose stems, flowering shrub stem, any flower, some leaves. Potted plants could be house plants, succulents, orchids, etc. Entries can also be fruits and vegetables grown at home.
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 18, 2007
7:56 PM

Post #4097896

Hi Bigbubbles, thanks so much for sharing the show with us. Well done for all your hard work, and a great arrangement
by you, with the cat very creative!. keep sharing your arrangements with us.
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 20, 2007
9:17 PM

Post #4105004

Hi Bigbubbles, having looked through all the displays again, I think it would be nice to use those themes . I'm sure we could have a go here at some of them, as a way to say 'Thankyou'

What do you think everyone, shall we try some? here's the themes ...

Secret garden

lake

Autumn

Junk

Childhood

Petites

karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 21, 2007
3:05 AM

Post #4106060

Great idea. . .will start working on some ideas tomorrow.
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 21, 2007
3:43 PM

Post #4107101

Petites

Sorry for the plain vase. . .I don't have anything cute that's also cute.

Edit: What the heck is cute that's also cute? LOL I meant tiny that's also cute.

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 21, 2007
3:54 PM

Post #4107137

Lovely! 10/10 for the speedy entry, well done Karma. Beautiful pansies, and I like the way you have brought the blue flowers down, what are they? You have an elegant touch to all your designs, I love that.
I hope bigbubbles comes back to see what she started!

A big 'Thankyou' for your petite design Karma!
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 21, 2007
5:56 PM

Post #4107414

Thanks Terri. . .quickly done because I have them in the garden. . .snip snip. LOL I didn't bring the flowers down. There are about 3-4 flowers to a stem and they did that on their own. I just had to find the right spot for them. They're called golden dew drop (duranta). Next on my list is my favorite category--lake. Ideas are still brewing.
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 21, 2007
6:28 PM

Post #4107488

I don't know that flower, it looks a bit like a small delphinium. love the snip snip keep snipping!
You are already thinking about the next one, I had better get a move on then. haha!


petites

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karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 21, 2007
7:06 PM

Post #4107596

That's a cutie, Terri. Don't worry, I will never catch up with you. I'm about 10 years younger than you, but have the energy of someone 10 years older than you.
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 22, 2007
9:30 PM

Post #4111755

Lake

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karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 22, 2007
9:31 PM

Post #4111760

Autumn Lake

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 22, 2007
10:37 PM

Post #4111987

Ohhh Karma! you're so modern! They are great.

Good idea to show 2 different moods, love the glass? background ,it really works. Thankyou for inspiring me, it just shows we don't need to go over the top with flowers to create the look we are trying to achieve.

Which one are you going to attempt next I wonder!
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 22, 2007
11:08 PM

Post #4112087

Thanks Terri. The green is from sweet potato vine. The background is the same as my beach one. Do you remember that one. . .I still get a good laugh when I see that one. Nope, not which one I'm going to attempt, but which one will you attempt next, I wonder.
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 23, 2007
3:05 AM

Post #4113188

Karma, I LOVE those. the container is awesome. I did a parallel line today. Took the tiller and eight hours to go straight down my walkway beds. One line was in relief and the other in reverse relief (dirt row on the sidewalk). Sorry I didn't get a pic but a lot of sweat and tears went into it. I don't believe I will be able to get out of bed tomorrow.
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 23, 2007
8:08 PM

Post #4115465

Sorry terri, I thought you asked if it was grass? Silly me. . .yes, it's in a bubble bowl of water. Thanks Traci. . .laughing out loud over your parallels.
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 23, 2007
10:45 PM

Post #4116040

Thought you might appreciate it. Don't think it did me a bit of good to till the beds. I went 8" deep. It rained all night and stopped about lunch. The ground is SO HARD and COMPACTED, it is still holding water 5 1/2 hours later. I will have to dig another 4" deep and about 6" wide in this mess just to add better dirt, if I don't want rotten bulbs. If I could get the dirt up in chunks, I could make pots out of them without firing them. It is wild. I though I had run into some old pottery at first. Red clay is bad enough to contend with. Drought ridden for an entire summer is aweful. I hurt so bad today the thought of getting the tiller out makes me want to cry. If we don't get rain tomorrow, I will have to, as the ground will at least be a little softer.

Wonder if I could dig a hole for Teensy and have a swimming pool without all the expensive stuff. She would be terra cotta colored by the time she got out, but we can always give her a bath. lol.

Glad to know I am not the only one you can't understand. Karma. Terri, I had to repeat every word I said when I talked to Karma on the phone.
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 24, 2007
12:22 AM

Post #4116323

So now I've lost two of my senses. . .hearing and sight. . .lol. Love your analogies. . .too funny. Put a flower on Teensy's head, and you got yourself a real live Anne Geddes.
gessiegail
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 24, 2007
12:25 PM

Post #4117715

I just love this thread!!!!!!!!!!!

I haven't had my cutting garden raised beds put in yet...don't let this forum die down because it will end up being a great forum...

By spring I hope to have something to show and tell all the time...in the meantime, please keep posting...I wanted this forum so badly...

These are all great threads...keep up the good work and I will try to start participating even though my beds are not prepared yet!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks for everyone's willingness to share!!!!!
gail
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

October 24, 2007
8:35 PM

Post #4119497

Well, karma, the temps went from the mid 70's to the mid 60's, so I can't make the Teensy arrangement. Believe me, if it was warm enough, it would be here.

Atleast you don't have to smell on here. You can hang on to one sense!
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 25, 2007
1:44 AM

Post #4120544

Hi everyone,
Thought I would try another for the Petites section, using the perfume box as a container which shows it's a mini arrangement.

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 25, 2007
1:47 AM

Post #4120556

The Petit collection.

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gessiegail
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 25, 2007
2:41 AM

Post #4120786

I must ask...where in the world do you get all these flowers to play with every day of your life...and when do you have time to put these fantastic displays out everyday????????

It must be work related in some way...they are just too great!!!!!!
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 25, 2007
3:03 AM

Post #4120848

Hi Gail,
Well as a matter of fact we are on half term this week so I have had time! These heathers came from a friend who collected them from the scotish highlands last week.
I would love to be working with flowers everyday for my job but the thing is I don't.!
The hardest bit is thinking of an idea and working it out in my head exactly how I'm going to attempt it, once I know what I'm doing,it comes together quite quickly.
Most of the flowers I've used recently have come from the supermarket, there's not that much flowering in the garden now we are approaching winter.
Thanks for saying nice comments!
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

October 25, 2007
3:40 AM

Post #4120974

Just getting back to see all your beautiful arrangements! DH was away for a couple of weeks and my computer decided to act out while he was gone. I promise to get back to share some of my arranging soon, but am entertaining a fellow DGer and her husband this weekend! Can't wait for them to get in to town. We're going to hit some nurseries, eat some great food, and drink a little wine.
Will certainly share with my garden club that you've enjoyed their entries in the flower show. Thanks again Terri for the help in deciding what to serve our British guests. I think I've finally recovered from a whirlwind two weeks of garden club related activities.
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 25, 2007
4:23 AM

Post #4121086

Hi Bigbubbles , nice of you to come and have a look at our arrangements, we are enjoyng your ideas and themes. It sounds like you need a rest, have a lovely weekend. Can't wait to see your creations!
gessiegail
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 25, 2007
12:23 PM

Post #4121546

Bigbubbles

I don't think I have even thanked you for your great effort at taking pictures of the flower show...ideas and more ideas floating around in everyone's head...

Terriculture...you need to give some serious thought to becoming a floral designer...what talent!!!!!!!!
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 25, 2007
6:49 PM

Post #4122786

Thanks Gessiegal,
What do you suggest I do? Some others on the Artisans forum have said the same, I am going to start puttting a portfolio together, but I'm not sure which arrangements I should use.
Any ideas or suggestions from anyone would be much appreciated!

karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

October 25, 2007
8:00 PM

Post #4122956

Gail, I have no idea why she is not a full time floral designer! Or better yet, have her own flower shop. She's great with the customers in the cafe.

Terri, do you need help deciding which arrangements to put together? I can dmail you all my favorite ones from beginning to end. . .when time permits. Or do you want to start a thread so we can vote? Or just put all of your arrangements in there! They're all pretty stunning!
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 26, 2007
3:20 AM

Post #4124448

Karma, Thankyou, I would love help choosing which ones to put in my portfolio, also how many? I've no idea, I was thinking maybe 20.
You and Gessiegail inspired me to open a florists here! I'm sure it will be fun and I hope to see you in there!


terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 26, 2007
3:26 AM

Post #4124463

Petites Exploding egg!

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 26, 2007
3:30 AM

Post #4124473

Petites Boiled egg!

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 26, 2007
3:33 AM

Post #4124482

Petites Sunny side up!

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gessiegail
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 26, 2007
8:16 PM

Post #4126461

terriculture...being a 65 year old woman who has learned more from my failures than my successes...running a business is a totally different talent than what you do. You may have the business acumen but I didn't...I had the taste for a retail shop to buy but couldn't seem to keep a handle on the finances...

That is a big undertaking to start with...as talented as you are with floral arranging, do you have a friend or confidant that is business oriented? Few people have both the creative juices and the business sense, but you may have both...

I encourage you either way to make something happen for yourself in the way of floral design...perhaps you could get your portfolio together and take it to an outstanding established business and get a job first...then you learn all the ins and outs that you have to know with bigger picture of a total business.

On the other hand, if you can afford to do it another way ...here is a suggestion...start small time and make yourself needed with good customers who depend on you...then you never have to expose all your good ideas to an established floral business...for them to repeat...i did that once with container gardens and it was quite successful...I went to all the real estate agents in Houston...the realtors, in turn, ordered beautiful containers of plants to be given to their customers...

just a few ideas...
i think it is great that you are seriously considering this...
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 26, 2007
8:47 PM

Post #4126566

Hi Gessisgal, Thankyou for your advise, it's great to read your experiences. I'm just going to concentrate on doing my arrangements and put the portfolio together, that seems to be the first step.
.
I'm enjoying myself here on this forum with so many friendly people to chat to about flowers it's fabulous.
The FLOWERPOT cafe has become a nice little hang out and with Traci introducing olde Belle the florists, I hope to work there helping out when she gets busy!

Oh I'm the creative one, I don't know much about buisiness!






gessiegail
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 27, 2007
12:26 AM

Post #4127268

I have always had 'one more good idea' but hate to deal with finances...I love 'magic' and prefer not to live in 'reality'...that's a bummer to deal with money...
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

October 27, 2007
2:20 AM

Post #4127602

i would love to see a magical arrangement!
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 1, 2007
10:49 PM

Post #4148181

Petites.

The rose handbag!

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 1, 2007
10:51 PM

Post #4148190

Petites

Rose handbag, side view.

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pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

November 2, 2007
12:09 AM

Post #4148421

I love the petites, but what is up with the monopoly money?
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 2, 2007
1:27 AM

Post #4148743

That is good money! 2p and 1p coins...less of your MONOPOLY money. hahaha!
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

November 2, 2007
2:25 AM

Post #4148962

:^P
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 6, 2007
2:47 AM

Post #4162262

Petites trees with lentils

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 8, 2007
9:31 PM

Post #4172618

lentils

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bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 8, 2007
10:15 PM

Post #4172813

My "arrangement"...told you I was a hands-on gardener..

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 8, 2007
10:22 PM

Post #4172838

Lovely! Is that plant called naughty boys?!!
Did you win the rossetes? Well done! It looks like we are the only two entering things these days bigbubbles!
Have you had any more English guests lately? and did they moan about the tea? haha!
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

November 8, 2007
11:58 PM

Post #4173192

Bubbles, I am verrrrry new so I must ask a stupid question. What is that plant? It is beautiful. Looks sort of like a peace lily.
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:09 AM

Post #4174024

It's an anthurium... placed 1st, and Best in Section...I had five entries, and five 1st places.

And no, no more British guests! They were a good group...part British Fern Society and part Hardy Fern Foundation of America...from U.S., England, Scotland, Wales, Germany, and Mexico. ...As an aside...I had no idea there are no indigenous turtles in England. The British were quite taken with some turtles sunning themselves in a new pond at Town Lake.
Have enjoyed all your arrangements...lots of talent in yout group! I'd better stick to growing 'em!
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:12 AM

Post #4174040

Terri, hahahahaha naughty boys. I remembered someone told me that before. . .and I just turned beet red. They do look like naughty boys. . .I totally forgot about that!
bigbubbles
Austin, TX
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:15 AM

Post #4174054

Hummmm...now I get it...you bad girl...
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:29 AM

Post #4174093

Wonder if there's a plant called naughty girl.
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

November 9, 2007
4:30 AM

Post #4174094

Yes there is! I will have to find it.
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 9, 2007
4:31 AM

Post #4174100

That would be Traci then?
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:32 AM

Post #4174102

hahahahhaha
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

November 9, 2007
4:33 AM

Post #4174107

I think it is an English flower!
karmaplace
New Orleans, LA
(Zone 8b)

November 9, 2007
4:34 AM

Post #4174111

hahahahha
terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 29, 2007
2:24 AM

Post #4241450

Petites!

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 29, 2007
2:26 AM

Post #4241460

Petites.

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terriculture
london England
United Kingdom

November 29, 2007
2:28 AM

Post #4241469

Petites

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