The 2010 San Francisco Garden Show was a success. The last two days we shared our two faves, Habitat Dance with a Red-Headed Snake and Salvaged Creole Jazz Courtyard, and sharing the last of the show today.
The Prehistoric Paradise featured a range of water features, palms, and succulents to recreate a jungle like atmosphere. What better to find in the jungle, well…dinosaurs of course. Prehistoric Paradise was a collaboration between Goulart Designs, Golden Gate Palms & Exotics, and French’s Waterscapes LLC.
Ah Sam Florist created Celebrating the Four Seasons had many lush staging including one with Staghorn ferns that caught our eye.
Organic Mechanics‘ The Living Room, was a larger than life cubed succulent wall surrounded by a moat.
There were 25 indoor gardens in total at this year’s 2010 SF Garden Show. To get some insight on the bones behind this year’s show, they put together a cool 7.5 minute video of the set up / take down…a fun watch.
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