Today's photos are from Bonnie Pancoast (previous posts HERE), who's giving us a special treat! She says, "This year I had the opportunity to visit the 186th PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. My journey there was supposed to take place on Thursday, March 5th, but a late winter snow storm thwarted all my plans. As a young child snow would not have been an obstacle, as trains ran daily between the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia. Today my companion and I had to drive south to Doylestown and board the train at that location to travel into the city. What followed was a step into America's oldest flower show celebrating the silver screen. With movie themes and songs playing in the background, people moved through acres of exhibits and vendors. I took over a hundred pictures and pared them down to 78. Here are 9 of my favorites including a photo showing the garden at the height of the March 5th snow storm. Hope you enjoy the breath of spring as much as I did." Thanks, Bonnie, for not sending all 78 photos–I would never have been able to whittle them down myself–too much good stuff! Thanks, instead, for posting them on your blog! (see the rest of Bonnie's photos of the show HERE!)
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