In the past garden shows i normally go there mostly to take photos. This time i somehow forgot my camera in the bag. I just used my celfone and did not take a lot of photos as before. Now i wish i had taken photos of the more organized and more artistic arrangements of the commercial booths. Moreover, there are a lot more booths that participated. A nearby street is closed for the additional commercial booths not accomodated in the original enclosure. Also the center walkway in the original commercial booth area was widened, and a centralized overhead netting was installed for the plants. It was a better experience this time than the previous shows. It provided better ventilation for the people traffic, and much easier experience in appreciating the plants and flowers. PHSI needs a well deserved congratulations.
I am sorry for the quality of my photos, as it was very hot at about noon when i took these shots.
one of the landscape exhibits showcasing mostly bromeliads
my favorite landscape design because of the elevated bridge crossing a supposedly canal
This is also very attractive showcasing the airplants. I love how they used those ducks as focal points.
...and look at those lovely colored Tilandsia ionantha on the duck's head!
a pair of this planter was outside the door to the lecture hall
this orchid attracted my attention as i saw it for the first time, sorry i forgot to look at the name tag
of course this is the pride of the country, our very own waling-waling, Vanda sanderiana
an oncidium species well located for that trunk as background
i also love the color of this chrysanthemum, i didn't take photos of other colors, just this
another tilandsia as part of a big clump on a big driftwood, i purposely took only these two