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More Magic from Melbourne's 2007 Flower Show
Thanks for waiting.
The last uploaded image showed a view of the front gate on Saturday afternoon and shows the crowds going in.
Below are a few more images from the show.
This is the beautiful fountain outside the main exhibition hall. Due to water restrictions no water running this year.
This is a view of the outside of the Exhibiton Hall. Its a very historic building which I belive was used as the first Australian Parliament years ago. The building and snail are stunning.
One of the views from inside. This is just inside the main entrance and housed the floral exhibits. Upstairs are art displays and some commercial areas.
New roses being introduced by Australian growers.
The Landscape Industry Association had a large area where separate members had displays. The following images show these.
This is the Globe, designed by Richard Bellemo. Constructed by Mat Billman in conjunction with Richard Bellemo ( RB Landscapes ) It was supported by Gardens at Night.
This was titled. "Can one desire too much of a good thing" Designed and Constructed by Earth Art Landscapes. Supported by Boyd Alternatives / Tait Decorative Iron.
Bills Pillars is this image. It was designed by Hames Dawson landscape Design, and Conststucted by Woodbridge landscapes. Support was given by O'Sheas Timber and Hardware, and Wales Street, Primary School, Thornbury.
"All the Worlds a stage and all the Men & Woman are merely players" Designed by Scott Wynd and constructed by Total Landscape and Construction.
"Beware the ides of March" This shows the use of Copper Pipe and copper plumbing fittings in a landscape.
A closer image of the copper plumbing fittings. and darkened bark.
Thanks for the comments. I have loads more to share when I get some time. Regards
John the Plantman.
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Oh what grand displays.Thats just wonderful art Thanks John for the wonderful photos.
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