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Macy's Flower Show highlights five different gardens

by webdev

April 08, 2011

Macy's Flower Show in New York City is open now and will continue until April 10. It showcases five separate gardens from different parts of the country, according to the Times Square Chronicles.

The first garden that can be found on 35th and Broadway includes flowers and plants from Savannah and Atlanta, such as palmetto palms, dogwoods and magnolias. The second is from the eastern part of the world, and displays bamboo, cypress and mums. Hydrangeas do not have to share the space with any thing else, as they are showcased in their own garden, which may inspire someone to send hydrangeas online. Coffee, mangoes and sugar cane rest on another level of the building and followed by a desert-themed garden that contains cactus, according to the news source.

Visitors have been pleased with the different types of plants and flowers at the event, according to the Epoch Times.

"I have a coffee tree - growing coffee beans - and a cocoa plant in the tropical area. There is a lot of really exotic stuff here," said Robin Hall, senior vice-president and creative director of the show, to the newspaper.

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