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I just saw this exhibit yesterday and so many of the floral arrangements were so creative and stunning. The one of the violin is actually my favorite as it was constructed of so many leaves which was fascinating. What I didn't like is that the viewer didn't get to read about what plants, leaves, or flowers the artists used to create these wonderful pieces. That was disappointing! They all did seem to use a lot of succulents, however.

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Love. love. love. this.
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