Melbourne Flower and Garden Show 2014
Visiting exhibitions is a great way to recharge your inspiration. One of the most famous exhibitions dedicated to landscape design is the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, which is held annually in Australia. The most luxurious and bright floral show in Australia – the Melbourne International Flower Show – this year started on March 26 and lasted for five days. There were tens of the most original landscape design projects and free advice on Flora provided.
Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show 2014
The Patriarch’s Garden designed by Cycas Landscape Design
The main theme of the exhibition was the flowers and how to use them. The exhibition was dedicated to all flowers: live on the flower beds, and cut in bouquets and design exhibitions. All of them are the heart of the entire presentation.
The winner of the competition, held under the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show in 2014, became The Patriarch’s Garden designed by Cycas Landscape Design.
The best in Silver Show Garden category at the design contest was the garden Emerge – The Family Life Garden, created by Candeo Design.
The best in Bronze Show Garden category bacame The Quiet Garden designed by Ros McCully Garden Designs.
everyone who attended the event got the inspiring effect. Because Australia is the place, where the landscape and floral fashion begin.
Creative unusual approach to landscape design always amazes visitors.
Each year in the building of the Royal Exhibition Centre, which is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Carlton Gardens a parade of color and floras design is happening during the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. It is the largest annual flower and garden show in the Southern Hemisphere. Creativity and passion are embodied in stunning forms by leading Australian florists and landscape designers.
Additionally, you can enjoy a meal and participate in fun things to do for the whole family. Carlton Gardens is a shining example of landscape art of the late 19th century, with alleys, surrounded by trees, miniature lakes and plenty of leisure spots, where you can enjoy the green areas of Melbourne.