Wednesday, 14 September 2022

“Plant a garden in which strange plants grow and mysteries bloom.” ― Ken Kesey


 Last week I went to the David Jones Spring Flower Show - and thought I'd share a few of the strange and unusual flowers they used for sea plants and coral. It really was a clever display. 

















Colourful but unusual shapes and textures really added to the display. A lot of thought and creativity went into making the underwater world come to life....










They also kindly signposted the names, for people like me who don't know anything about flowers and plants...




Just like in the old days, pre COVID, the Flower Show heralds the start of Spring for me. And as I've said many times before (in all the posts), it truly puts a Spring in my step!



Linking with #WWOT #DND and #GardenAffair



9 comments:

  1. ...I thought that you had discontinued #AllSeasons, I'll be back Monday.

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    1. No, no, just disorganised and shambolic...testing your abilities to keep up with my chaos. Ha!

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  2. The flowers are rather strange and unusual!
    What an extraordinary display!

    Happy Weekending, Lydia!

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  3. Beautiful shots, Lydia! I am linking my last post on "My Desktop Daily" blog as it is getting retired (well, for a while at least...)

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  4. The undersea theme was a great idea! Thanks for hosting, Lydia.

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  5. That looks very unusual. I'm not sure if I really like it. But it's a feast for the eyes. Kind regards – Elke (Nature Thursday)

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  6. Wow ! The corals are stunning, I have never seen coral in reality.Thanks for sharing with Garden Affair.

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