Flower arrangements are seen elevated over retail space as part of the Macy's annual Flower Show at Macy's in San Francisco's Union Square

Flower arrangements are seen elevated over retail space as part of the Macy's annual Flower Show at Macy's in San Francisco's Union Square

Spring blooms at Macy’s Flower Show

Spring is in the air at Macy’s Union Square as customers walking through the first floor admire various flower gardens elevated above retail counters Friday, March 31 as part as Macy’s annual Flower Show. This year’s theme is focused around carnivals with two-week exhibitions through April 9 on display inside San Francisco, New York and Chicago stores. Photos by Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner.

Flower arrangements are seen elevated over retail space as part of the Macy's annual Flower Show at Macy's in San Francisco's Union Square

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Flower arrangements are seen elevated over retail space as part of the Macy's annual Flower Show at Macy's in San Francisco's Union Square

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