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Macy’s Presents the 39th Annual Flower Show: The Painted Garden

Spring means it’s the time of flowers ans what better way to enjoy all the new, fresh blooms spring has to offer than to visit the Macy’s Flower Show. From Sunday, March 24th through Sunday, April 7th, Macy’s presents a spectacular display of floral beauty. The Macy’s 39th Annual Flower Show named The Painted Garden, features ornate designs and a chromatic array of beautiful flowers.

Inspired by the stunning Asian landscape, vibrant customs and ornate designs, The Painted Garden features “exotic architectural settings and vivid gardens and brims with flowers, plants and trees drenched in brilliant jewel tones and spice market colors one would see in India and throughout Middle Asia” – Robin Hall

Check out and enjoy some video of my walking tour of the Macy’s Flower Show’s The Painted Garden

What special attractions can you expect at the Macy’s 39th Annual Flower Show? The stunning and spectacular 10-foot tall painted and floral-draped elephant (pictured above), the centerpiece of the show, looked just like elephants during the baraat in a traditional Indian wedding. Also on display will be the legendary floral Macy’s windows. The beauty and magic of The Painted Garden will transform the Macy’s Broadway windows into a magical dream with each window featuring its own color scheme.

The show will also feature a Bouquet of the Day from designers Jorge Cazzorla, Olivier Giugni, Yena Jung, Ed Libby, Jane Packer and Kenji Takenaka. Other stunning must-see (besides the flowers) include the Indian God, Ganesh (pictured above), the fountain filled with flowers (also pictured above), and the Souk market

The Flower Show is open to the public and free to attend. It is open during regular Macy’s business hours and guests will have the chance to enjoy and participate in a variety of floral-themed events and cooking demos taking place in the store.

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