A slave to the Goddess Flora shares his garden adventures.
Oh My God. Why is that gorgeous glass building standing empty? It definitely needs plants, and lots of 'em.
It was originally built for that purpose. I don't know why they no longer use the structure for plants.
I experienced the exact same reaction as Alison... Good grief, Peter - why, WHY??? This place could be an amazing oasis... Beautiful!
Oh, and I keep forgetting to comment on your new embroidered emblem - it is lovely! The spider web in the corner is especially timely - love it! :)
Thanks, Anna. The embroidered piece was one of two that were gifts from one of my coworkers.
Well that's just pure craziness! Fill up that beautiful building!
Right you are!
You know what would look good there? Lots of Chihuly...
Thanks for the chuckle.
Someone is missing a fabulous opportunity. Greenery would add to the experience of the building and complement all those metal edges.
There are lots of beautiful plants outside. It's used for art exhibits now.
I had to look up the history: originally built to display flora and fauna from the Philippines. Shouldn't they honor the original purpose of the structure? At least the flora part.
Maybe a funding issue?
The magnificent structure is a missed opportunity. If only they hired you, it would become a spectacular greenhouse, filled with amazing plants.
Oh well, the train station is full of magnificent plants. Go figure.
Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! I love to hear your thoughts.