Garden Travel

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When is it? Hampton Court Palace Flower show takes place July 7 -12th 2009. Ticketing? Tickets range between 32 GBP and 27 GBP depending on...

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When is it? The Philadelphia Spring Garden Show will be Sunday, March 1 through Sunday, March 8 2009. Ticketing? $22 pp general admission. $28 for...

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floriade inspiration 2002 www.pithandvigor.com
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When is it? Floriade is held during the summer in the Netherlands once every 10 years. The last one was held in 2002 and the...

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When is it? The Melbourne International Flower Show will take place from April 1 to April 5th 2009.  Ticketing?  $20 Aus Dollars. Indoors/Outdoors,  Facility? Indoor...

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Singapore Garden Festival is one of the newest shows, but has attracted international attention early on by inviting top designers from many countries. When is...

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When is it? Jardins de Metis is held annually at Reford Gardens from approximately the 3rd week of June to the first week of October....

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Chaumont internation garden festival inspiration - France
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The Chateau de Chaumont in the Loire Valley holds the Chaumont Garden Festival, the French equivalent to the Chelsea Garden Show. When is it? Each...

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This show means more to me than is reasonable for a flower show to mean to a person, but that is not what this post...

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New England Grows ended today and it was a good show.  I have to say, it was remarkably smaller than previous years (a sign of...

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This is a busy busy week!  I was invited by Olan Blatt of the blog Oh Fifteen to be a guest at her site so...

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I read a story in The Metro West Daily News this morning about the demise of the New England Spring Flower show.  It is an...

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Over on Inhabitat, I read today that the Garden History Museum in London got a makeover.  It is such a remarkable change that I hardly...

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Traveling the world to attend design fairs and events is my dream....but in real life, I generally have to rely on the internet.  I found...

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The Buffalo News reported this morning that plans are moving forward to rehabilitate a historic building (the first designed by the first internationally famous US...

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As promised, here is a quick photo tour of our trip to Inauguration 2009.  Then, back to our regularly scheduled programming...   Yes, That's right...Mr...

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So I am back from what will probably one of the biggest events of my lifetime, and I am not really sure what to say. ...

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So I must log off for a bit, I need to pack and get on the road for Washington D.C.  Maybe I will see you...

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I just discovered Indigo Junction in Melbourne, Australia.  I love the clever vintage garden decor (and all the other vintage stuff for the rest of...

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Winter 2009 first flakes in the www.piithandvigor.com garden
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I am participating in a little blogging fun with Soliloquy .  Nancy is posting pictures from bloggers of their first snow fall.  I wanted to...

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I like to travel by 'alternative' guidebook.  That is, using things as guides that aren't entirely meant that way.  For example, my husband and I...

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Containers are such a common and useful item in the garden, that I am always pleased to find some that are either good quality for...

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