Phloriculture phills phrilly Philly at this time of year for the annual Philadelphia Flower Show, celebrating its 174th year, and if you've been once, you know how phloriferous it is, and if you've never been, well, there's next year since the show ends today.
Just look at the pictures.
These on top of champagnes and wines, and mustard with some dog and some British pale ale at lunch, and I was pretty well sloshed (and unable to aim and take more photographs) but able to miraculously crawl over to the chocolate and cheese sites for samples (to die for: tomato reggiano, at $16/pound, another purchase I skipped) and almond toffee which became dinner before we (Smithsonian Associates) boarded the bus back to D.C., and were served sherry en route. Oh, my!
I was happily phulphilled, but enough of my phlummery.
I can't say enough good things about another phantastic, phun Smithsonian Associates tour. Really. Thanks to Cindy Brown, Bill Ulman, Alex D (from the other bus) and Danny Mott, the driver. Great job!
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