By Kristen Johanson

By Kristen Johanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Final preparations for the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show are underway at the Convention Center.

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Floral designers are feverishly working to finish their unique movie-themed designs with mere hours from the start of the nation’s largest flower show.

Michael Bruce has the glacier-sized task of capturing the movie “Frozen” and he says he can not ‘Let It Go:’

“As soon as we were assigned the movie, I began to get silver in my beard.”

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Ron Mulray is using 17,000 carnations to capture princesses:

“Each official Disney princess has their own color… Snow White in Red, Jasmine in Purple.”

Mulray says he and his team don’t stop after the show’s opening:

“We come in like a small, little army-worker mice and we will switch out anything that is faded. We want everything to look just as good on opening day as it does on closing day.”

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The show opens to the public on Saturday.