displayed in natural settings; others in inventive arrangements. A survey of
the award-winning table-top arrangements made you wonder what these shows must
have been like before gay liberation.
others were showcased in elaborate stand-alone garden plots, each of which had
a theme — some recognizable, some comparatively oblique. There was one set up
as a monastery herb garden and several simulations of soul-defiant suburban
back yards. One incorporated an electronic grand piano, programmed to tinkle
out gag-me hits of the 1980s. And then there were these two pictured displays.
We never got