The Beautiful Coronado Flower Show

Who shows up at the Coronado Flower Show without a camera? That would be me. I blame years of forced multi-tasking for addling my formerly high functioning brain.

Held every April in Spreckels Park, the Coronado Flower Show is the largest tented flower show in the entire nation. Entrants compete for the best individual flowers, bonsai trees, arrangements, table settings, and more. The place is packed with happy grandmas and a few grandpas. The rest of the grandpas are up the street at the annual car show, which strategically runs simultaneously with the flower show.

Luckily I had my iPhone—and, I was pleasantly shocked at the results. Here’s a tiny peek at what your eyes will be treated to if you decide to go:

2018-08-31T06:07:19+00:00October 6th, 2012|Categories: At Home in San Diego, Destinations|0 Comments

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A recovered surburbanite, mom of two and partner of one who found herself while wandering the world. Currently based in San Diego—heading to Panamá in 2020.

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