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No Redundant Exposition

A hot pink horse actually did unintentionally preside over the Florida Wildflower Symposium held at the Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando, Florida on September 25 and 26, 2015. The vibrant horse’s role delivered a vivid example of adding color to one’s garden but was not an actual participant in the Symposium sponsored by the Florida Wildflower Foundation. Following is a sampling of images from the Leu Gardens displayed without commentary since I was indulging my inner teenage photographer this day and don’t want to muck up the photos with a lot of redundant exposition. On the other hand, another visit to Leu Gardens is warranted to really appreciate the place given the limited time available between Symposium events.
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View two posts from the 2014 Florida Wildflower Symposium held at Bok Tower Gardens:
Part One Florida Wildflower Symposium 2014
Part Two Florida Wildflower Symposium 2014

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