In the ever-popular miniature settings class in Hall B, gardeners must shrink their horticultural designs down to pint-sized proportions—plants ‘n’ all. Here, you can see a Flower Show entrant working away on her design before the Show opens for the day.
Indeed, many of these garden wizards must do their work using tools such as tweezers, cotton swabs, and eye-droppers, the latter of which is used to water the teeny, tiny plants!
Also in the competitive class area of Hall B, look for the stunning jewelry designs. They’re all the more astounding when you realized they’re crafted from plant material.
This blue-ribbon winner was created by Hollis Bauer of the Garden Club of Trenton. Congratulations!
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