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The annual Macy's Flower Show opened this weekend at the Broadway Plaza, making it the second year in a row that the spectacle hasn't resided inside the Herald Square Flagship. Those who would prefer to see all the flora inside the megastore will be pleased that there are several "touch points" scattered throughout, including a giant shoe covered with sedum on the second floor.
The exhibit, WWD reports, is called "The Painted Garden," and also features a ten-foot ceremonial elephant "draped in hydrangeas and kalanchoe" and India and Middle Asia spice market replicas." If you missed it this past weekend, you still have two more weeks to swing by.
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