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APLD 2014 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Because I had been to Orlando and the surrounding area before, I had a pretty good idea of what to expect. We saw lots of amazing, lush, tropical foliage. Coming from the Pacific NW I was in deep envy! In October, it wasn't too hot and the humidity was much lower than during the summer. Enjoy some of my favorite garden views.

Cirecle Patio Pots

A circular entry anchored by 4 Grecian urns.
flamingoes!
Just inside the entry gate at Sea World, we saw a flock of flamingoes.
recycled fish
An enormous fish completely covered in recycled materials makes a real splash in a garden! At Seaworld.

Intriguing contrast of two types of concrete, one using recycled glass mixed with aggregate.
Tropical foliage
Gorgeous tropical foliage at SeaWorld.
Pot with Dichondra
These hanging pots at SeaWorld were dripping with Dichondra 'Silver Falls', one of my favorite annuals.
Modern garden entry
A very contemporary home has a landscape to match.
modern garden patio
This elegant modern garden was very serene with its color palette limited to black and white.
modern garden water table
Imagine sitting at this table on a hot day with water splashing over your lap to keep you cool.
Victorian pool
Minimally fussy chairs at this table still coordinate well with the details of this Victorian home.
Victorian porch-Shaker rocker
Common to find porches with fans for cooling in Florida, these simple Shaker rockers still coordinate with the Victorian house.
Victorian planting
The Victorians were incredible explorers and brought back many new plants to England. This Victorian house exhibited plants in the Victorian mood.
pig on a pedestal
Two adorable pigs perched upon a brick pedestals at either side of the driveway greeted vistors to this home.

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