Sunday, March 16, 2008

Pilgrimage Bouquet

Part of the allure of Historic Pilgrimage is seeing the many colorful flower arrangements. This one graces the dining table in Sturdivant Hall. Notice the orchids. They were grown by a Selma physician in his greenhouse.

10 comments:

Jim said...

They are very pretty, I like the colors.

Dan said...

Beautiful pic.

George Townboy said...

Love the photo.

Chris said...

I do love those flowers! I'm hoping I can get a husband who shall remain nameless to till a garden for me this summer!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

beautiful!!

Ken said...

Nice photo.

Halcyon said...

Lovely!

Sailor Girl said...

So sweet!!!

gizelle said...

I used to grow orchids back in the Philippines! Now in Vienna, I don't know how they'd survive =D Lovely bouquet!

Steve Buser said...

Beautiful flowers. I think we can safely say that Spring has sprung.

By the way, tonight we had corned beef and cabbage (and potatoes and carrots) with our catch from the St. Patricks Day parade this weekend -- the corned beef was from the store.