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The Boston Flower and Garden Show runs from March 13-17 at the Seaport World Trade Center.

Azaleas surrounded an exhibit.
Azaleas surrounded an exhibit.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A peace lily.
A peace lily.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Steve Gakus from Garden Up, Weston swept his walkway
Steve Gakus from Garden Up, Weston swept his walkwayDavid L Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A snow fountain cherry tree.
A snow fountain cherry tree.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Kerri Nealley of Upton carried a floral slide that will be part of a playground-themed display.
Kerri Nealley of Upton carried a floral slide that will be part of a playground-themed display.David L Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A slipper flower.
A slipper flower.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
A garden sculpture.
A garden sculpture.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
The rhododendron “English Roseum.”
The rhododendron “English Roseum.”David L Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
The Japanese umbrella pine.
The Japanese umbrella pine.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Orchids were part of the Japanese Ikebana floral arrangement.
Orchids were part of the Japanese Ikebana floral arrangement.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Tulips.
Tulips.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Pansies that were just planted in an exhibit.
Pansies that were just planted in an exhibit.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff/Globe Staff