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By Mish Coffey

What's the best way to get over this dreary and snowy winter? See the wondrous colors of spring, of course!

The Philadelphia Flower Show, the world's oldest and largest indoor flower extravaganza, has given us the gift of spring by opening its doors this month. This year's theme is "Celebrating the Movies," with floral designs inspired by Disney and Pixar films.

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So go ahead, stop and smell the virtual orchids, palms, bamboo and more.


Onlookers take photographs of the "Peter Pan in Neverland" display by Waldor Orchids.William Thomas Cain

Rustic garden structure

On display from South Africa, this garden structure from Leon Kluge Landscape Design is titled, "A Maleficent View."William Thomas Cain


The movie "Into the Woods" inspired this bamboo landscape from Michael Petrie's Handmade Gardens.William Thomas Cain
The exhibit titled, "A Walk to Remember" was designed by the Horticulture Academy at Abraham Lincoln High School to help a person with Alzheimer’s feel tranquility.William Thomas Cain

Palm leaf

A palm leaf is included in Jim Fogarty Design's "Guess The Movie" display.William Thomas Cain
A hellebore flower accents the "Chinese Blossoms" display by Stoney Bank Nurseries that was inspired by the movie "Mulan."William Thomas Cain


An allium flower is part of the Iandscape garden inspired by “The Prince of Persia."William Thomas Cain
A detail of palm tree bark is seen at The Men's Garden Club of Philadelphia's display, which is based on the movie "Tarzan" and includes a waterfall, pond and tropical plants.William Thomas Cain


A clematis flower blooms at the Hunter Hayes Landscape Design display, inspired by “The Parent Trap.”William Thomas Cain
The Burke Brothers' "Root 66" display is set in a junkyard garden reminiscent of Tow Mater’s yard in the movie “Cars.”William Thomas Cain