Join me in a stroll around Chelsea Flower show 2008.
The show was a fabulous day out, with so much to try and see in one day!
The Delphinium display in the Great Pavillion, underplanted with Begonias.
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A stroll around Chelsea Flower Show 2008
All impressive from the flowers to the folks. I really could sit by the water in that Aussie setting, it is so inviting. Must say my favorite is the rooftop, it is so secluded and warm colors with all that mossy green and the glass top table.
I must also say how impressed I am that all the visitors were so well dressed - we don't always see that in the US at such events.
BTW, you are lovely as the lilies, now don't start blushing we won't be able to distinguish you with those lovely reddish locks!
What a treat this is for all of us to see! Thanks so much........
Interesting water feature on that last pic.
Thank you for sharing all the lovely, happy plants and flowers. They are just beautiful......like you!
OMGoodness! Thank you Pam.
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