Flower Beds of the Horticultural Exhibit

There were flower beds, shrubs, and planter boxes and vases everywhere at the Exposition, installed and maintained by the Exposition staff. But the greatest concentration of displays were in the area just south of the Horticulture building itself. They were intended to be an extension of the Horticulture Building exhibit.

The map below has fuschia-colored dots linked to photos of some of the beds. If you would also like to see modern color photos of the flora used in these and other beds, see the articles, "The Horticultural Exhibits at Buffalo", by Frederick Taylor, Exposition Superintendent of Horticulture or "The Exposition Flower Beds", by "William Scott, Expositition Superintendent of Floriculture.



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