Macy’s flower show 2011

27 Jun

Spring is in bloom at the annual Macy’s Flower Show! Step into
Towers of Flowers and discover a magical world of soaring
floral architecture, magnificent rolling landscapes and specialty
gardens bursting with color, fragrance and imagination.

I have never seem this kind of flower show in Taiwan and it is really interesting to me.

Everyday, the tourists and the citizens in New York drop by  Macy’s because of their flower show.

They use fresh flowers as main decoration and create a theme of spring. People can also listen to the instruction from the radio or the instructors in certain time, which seems to be very professional.

People will willing to go to Macy’s to see special show and at the same time do some shopping inside the store.In this way, they can increase their sales rate as well.

I like this display so much. They uses red rose and green leaf to create a wedding dress. It is really awesome!

This one s also very cool.

They use Florists Chrysanthemum as a main decoration, and create top and the dress .
Detail description :

Antebellum Garden
Featured along the main aisle, this new garden is inspired by the flora of the American Southeast. Transport yourself to the gardens of Charleston, Savannah and Atlanta as you take in the palmetto palms, dogwoods, gardenias, magnolias and camellias.

Japanese Garden
Presented by Carnegie Hall’s Japan NYC Festival, the Japanese garden, located along the 35th street aisle, is a quiet, peaceful space featuring plants, materials and design from the Far East. Look forward to seeing different kinds of bamboo, heavenly palms, azaleas, pines, cypress and mums. Presented by Carnegie Hall Japan NYC.

Tropical Garden
A celebration of the earth’s bounty to humanity, the Tropical Garden features trees and shrubs that grow in equatorial areas around the world and produce everyday delicacies such as cacao (chocolate), coffee, kumquats, mangos, sugar cane, citrus, papayas and bananas.

Hydrangea Garden
One of the most beloved flowers of spring, the beautifully big and colorful hydrangea gets its very own garden in the 34th street aisle. Enjoy a gorgeous variety of this crowd favorite including hydrangea trees, oak leaf hydrangeas, lacecap hydrangeas, viburnums opulus, nikko blue and endless summer hydrangeas.

Desert Garden
If you can stand the heat, head over to our cactus and succulent garden. An array of unusual beauties from hot, dry and arid regions, this garden features barrel cactus, euphorbia, kalanchoe, air plants, saguaro cactus and more.

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