The Cincinnati Flower Show is the only flower show in North America to earn the endorsement of the Royal Horticultural Society of Great Britain.
"Growing Together" is the theme as the 2003 show moves to a new location, Coney Island, with more than 5,000 parking spaces.
New to the show this year are the Lake Como gardens with floating topiary swans, flower gardens and boats bursting with plant color.
Also new: Charmin's Wildflower Fresh Pavilion. Included will be the Fragrance Zone, an 80-foot-long tunnel where guests will travel through a Citrus Zone, Herbal Zone, Exotic Tropical Zone, Floral Fantasia Zone and Wildflower Fresh Zone. At the end, visitors will test their noses in a Fragrance Challenge.
Tiffany & Co. will design the spotlight table in the Dramatic Table Settings exhibit.
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