Faces in the Garden

Last week, I had a fun time at the Orchid Show at Chicago’s Botanic Garden looking for colorful faces in the garden.


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20 responses to “Faces in the Garden”

  1. So pretty, and fun to look at for the faces and little people!

    1. Yes, it is. They are full of expressions. 😁

  2. That plummy one is my favourite but they’re all lovely.

    1. I really like that one too. Almost seems to have a lot to say. 😁

  3. Beautiful orchids πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    1. Thanks, Cee. 😊

    1. The Chicago Botanic Garden does a fantastic job on the Orchid Show every year. Sorry I hadn’t responded sooner but I just found your comment in my spam folder. Thanks for taking the time to comment, Rebecca.

      1. Wonderful, I’d love to travel to it some year. Our little Madison botanical garden does a nice job. I wrote a post about it last month. πŸ™‚

        1. Thanks for the reminder about your post. I just went over to have a look. 😊

  4. great pics of these beautiful flowers

    1. Thank you! It is a wonderful garden. 😊

  5. So very pretty they are.

    1. I agree. The Chicago Botanic Garden does a wonderful job of showing off their beauty every year at the Orchid Show and I get to click. πŸ˜‰

    1. Thanks! It is a wonderful garden. Sorry I didn’t respond sooner but I just found you comment in my spam folder. Have a fun Friday.

  6. Lovely, Pepper! Every day now, I watch as the orchids on my lanai are coming into bloom. Amazing how something beautiful lifts our spirits. That is why I enjoy your posts. <3 Have a great day!

    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Cheryl. I am sure your orchids will be just as beautiful. 😊

  7. Wonderful!!

    1. So glad you enjoyed the images. I look forward to the orchid show every year. 😊

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