Passport to the Past: Childhood Rediscovered

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Exhibits at the 2010 Flower Show transport visitors to distant places like South Africa and Singapore. But Mark Cook Landscaping presents a place that’s even harder to access: childhood. Titled Remember When… this display asks visitors to recall a simpler time. A time when your imagination ran wild and a backyard offered endless adventures.  

The focal point, an akimbo clubhouse made from salvaged wood, captures the whimsical worldview of children. Youngsters are sure to be swept up by this exhibit, and I suspect their parents and grandparents will be as well.

One Response to “Passport to the Past: Childhood Rediscovered”

  1. Through Laura’s Lens: Tail End of a Breeze « The Philadelphia Flower Show Blog Says:

    [...] the charming yellow shed he built to support the Parisian theme, or the year before when he made a rustic clubhouse with all sorts of off-kilter [...]

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