Mar 23, 2009

Macy's Chicago Flower Show 2009

Macy's 2009 Flower Show Celebrates the Colors of Spring

"Macy's 2009 Spring Flower Show, themed Dream In Color, will bloom at Macy's on State Street from Sunday, April 5 - Sunday, April 19, 2009. Macy's will welcome back the spring season with a vast and vibrant landscape of flowers, plant life and pink flamingos on the first floor of the historic State Street building. Beginning April 5, floral enthusiasts and visitors alike will share a unique opportunity to experience spectacular landscapes not typically encountered inside an urban setting."

There is no official media preview of the Flower Show but Marisa Reeves, the Media Relations Manager, has offered garden bloggers an exclusive tour of the flower show on Friday, April 3rd at 1 p.m. Garden bloggers will get to walk the show with the visual director and a representative of the floral partner of Macy's 2009 Flower Show. If you would like to participate leave a comment here and I'll send you the details or you can send me your email through the contact form.

More information about the show & events scheduled can be found here.

Update: See photos from the show at the following blogs:

5 comments:

  1. Sounds lovely but Gethsemane Garden Center has its Spring Open House on April 4 and 5 and I have to work it.

    I look forward to your report on the show.

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  2. I had forgotten about the Gethsemane Garden Center Spring Open House. I wanted to go on the 4th. Carolyn, this "tour" is on the 3rd and I know you have responsibilities during the week but if you can make it you should come.

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  3. whats the trick to make that disappearing navbar on mouseover? :) thanx

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  4. Sorry I didn't get to answer you right away iulian. But I'm glad you found it.

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