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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Visiting San Francisco Flower Mart

Hello everyone,
Happy Sunday to all my blogging friends. 
Flowers are Art. On March 17th I took a trip
to San Francisco to visit the Flower Mart and the
De Young Museum. 
Today I'm sharing the flower mart with you. If
you would like to know more about the 
San Francisco Flower Mart go HERE
I was up at 4:00 o'clock in the morning, and we left 
Shasta College at six a.m. Riding to the city is
a long day, but it is so worth it. 
The Mart opens at two o'clock in the morning to the floral businesses.
 We arrived at ten in the morning when they were getting ready to close at noon.
Buckets and buckets of beautiful flowers. The choices are overwhelming.


Daffodils ready to bloom.
I love the bunny topiaries for Spring decorating. 
Ivy covered bunny

Later this week I will share with you the
De Young Museum and a view of San Francisco from the observation tower
on the ninth floor of the Museum. Fabulous.
Thanks for visiting.
Joyously,
Betty 
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13 comments:

  1. WOW so many beautiful flowers. My car would have been full of flowers on the way home.

    Thanks so much for sharing. Have a great week.
    Mary

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  2. Betty, I would love to be at this market! Those bunnies are adorable and remind me of one I used to have in my garden. It finally fell apart. I need to find another one!

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  3. Wow - overwhelming indeed! I think that today I'll choose a bucket or two of lilac mattheolas and of pale pink ranunculus :) Tomorrow maybe daffodils!

    Thank you so much for this wonderful & colourful post - happy MM!

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  4. Such a splendid riot of colours, I can imagine the scent and it's almost overwhelming! Thank you for bringing all this floral beauty to MM today.Hope you have an amazing week.

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  5. How gorgeous....so many altogether, I wouldn't be able to choose. Love the sweet little bunny though! Happy MM!

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  6. What fun to go to the flower mart. Lovely mosaics of the flowers. I'm so looking forward to Spring blooms around here. Have a great week. (visiting from Mosaic Monday)

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  7. So beautiful! Flowers are a sure way to bring a bit of cheer!

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  8. I can imagine the fresh scent of all those buckets of flowers under one roof. Gorgeous colours and images.

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  9. Hello Betty
    How amazing! I love flower markets too.
    The variety of flowers at the San Francisco market is wonderful and I imagine the fragrance was very special!
    A beautiful post thank you!
    Shane x

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  10. Betty, What fun! Lovely flower photos. Thanks for sharing. Have a great week. Sylvia D.

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  11. What a lovely tour for us. I especially like the buckets of red ranunculous. Wish I could grow them.

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  12. When I discovered these buckets the other day, I couldn't scoop them up fast enough! I knew that they were full of potential! To this bucket, hand bouquet

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I'm so delighted that you have visited my blog...
Thanks for your comments as I enjoy reading them.
Betty

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