Macy’s Flower Show

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I recently went to Manhattan to see the Macy’s Flower Show. The ride and the show were really fascinating. On the ride I saw the Statue of Liberty and the Twin Towers. We drove on the Brooklyn Bridge to get there. The Flower Show was awesome. The theme was Once Upon a Springtime. They had beautiful and great showcases. Macy’s came up with a storyline for the showcases.

The showcases corresponded to two or three lines that was written in each window. My two favorite showcase creations were the dragon and Princess Spring.

Princess Spring had a nice floral dress made up of red, pink, orange, yellow, and green flowers. Princess Spring’s facial expression was sad because spring did not arrive yet. She also looked like she was pondering about the idea of why spring was not here yet and how to solve this problem. Lastly, she had butterflies flying out of the palm of her hand.

Inside the dungeon, Dagny the dragon was breathing out red, orange, yellow, and pink flowers instead of a real flame. Dagny was the star of the story. She melted all the snow with her flower flames. When she melted the snow, spring had finally came.

Inside Macy’s was magical.

When you first walk into Macy’s it was decorated like the castle. You were greeted by a very kind knight called Sir Dillon.

When you walk deeper into Macy’s it was decorated like an Enchanted Forest.

Near the Enchanted Forest you got to meet the icy and sassy Snow Queen. Everyone got to take pictures with these characters.

The Enchanted Forest even had a dragon flying in the air. I was so excited and intrigued. There were many different kinds of flowers around the entire Macy’s building. The flowers were called Azalea ‘Amagasa’, Rhododendron, Erica, Ginestra, Primrose, Weeping Crabapple Tree, Girard’s Fuchsia Azalea, Genestra, Spirea, Weigela, Foxtail Fern, Primula Obconica, Lemon Cypress Tree, Sunflowers, Larkspur, Calathea, Coral Cactus, African Violets, White Calandiva, Blue Phalaenopsis Orchids, Red Anthuriums, White Ornithogalum, Orange Tulips, Amethyst Falls, Wisteria, Purple Hyacinths, and so many more.                                  

I hope that you went to go see the show because it ended on  April 8th. It is a incredible experience for everyone. I would have recommended  this event to all ages.

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