So, if you don’t have  a garden or if you’re not into gardening, I wouldn’t suggest going to the flower show.

This post will give you just the perfect amount of meat than actually getting a ticket and making your way to the show.

No joke.

Clair zhan, the eye traveler

Anastasia and I are in the same shoe, both freshly out of college and living the 9-5 office life (or 10-6 for me), above all, we’re equally curiously adventurous.

We found out the the Boston Flower Show in the morning and anticipatedly bought our tix right away.

Since the show was held at the World Trade Center, we decided to meet at Legal Harbor side for lunch and cocktails before our new discovery.

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There were little gardens spread out in the middle of the room.

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We could hear birds sing from hidden speakers all around.

Doesn’t this little house remind you of Snow White?

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If you look carefully, you’d find some baby fish.

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There were flowers with names we never knew before.

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And there were florist giving out quick free lessons.

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As we made our way around, it turned out to be a bit of flea market.

People were selling arts,

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home made products…

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Crafts

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and sweets!

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We were shamelessly sold by a canadian candy man and each bought a bag of candy. (the british flag was quite deceiving)
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In the end, we did have a great time catching up at the flower show (always look at the bright side, am I right)?

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I hope you enjoyed these pictures :p

 

xx