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- Around The World -
The Finale

Spring 2001
The beauty of the West
is represented in the
Cactus Garden with a
variety of cacti including
the Crown of Thorns,
Saguaro, Agave and
Barrel Cactus. Guzmana
Rana, Guzmana Kapoho
Fire and Bromeliad
Compacta are some of
the wide species that
can be seen during their
one and only lifetime
bloom in the Bromeliad
Garden. Flowers Grow.


Surrounding the Main Aisle, the artisans at Macy's have placed 6 specialty gardens around
the floor, each with their own distinctive flair. Pink, white, yellow Begonias. Golden Chain
trees. Parrott, Emperor, and Peony flowered tulips make up the Tulip and Begonia Garden.
The ever-popular Exotic Garden with blooms of Birds of Paradise, Spathyphlium Sensation,
Calathea, and Palms give a true island feel. Elaborate Oncidium and Dendrobium Orchids
are just a few of the species that can be found in the shapely leaves of The Orchid Garden.

Stay Tuned
The Egg Is Coming


"Flower Grow" photos shot by Richard Renda on The Panasonic 3.3
mega pixel digital still SD - 5000 Camera.
all rights reserved.
Editor-In-Chief: Laurie Schechter
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