The 2015 Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is Australia’s biggest flower and garden show and will be celebrating its 20th year this year. Open to the public from 9:00am – 5:00pm from Wednesday March 25th to Sunday March 29th.
This fabulous event will include garden designers, florists, floral designers, landscapers, stylists, horticulturalists and students who will all be showcasing their best blooms and landscape garden designs at the Royal Exhibition Building. There will be free floral design workshops, a fresh flower market and beautiful floristry on show in the Great Hall.
2014 Landscape Garden Award Gold winner “The Gardeners Library Aspiration” presented by Local Nurseries and designed by Vivid Design and constructed by Semken Landscaping. Image.
Each year the show aims to showcase the amazing creativity of Australia’s best gardeners and landscape designers, with the emphasis in this year’s show on the environment and sustainability, with lots of advice on gardening for the climate we live in – such as, saving water while still managing to grow your plants, shrubs and flowers. Here is a map to show you a bit about this event.
The Cubby House Challenge brings together members of the building industry to design, build and decorate highly creative and unique cubby houses for public viewing and an auction of each cubby house. Image.
Cubby houses will be on display throughout the show, from 25 – 29 March 2015. You will also be able to purchase a raffle ticket to win a cubby house and a Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show supporters pin to raise money for the work of Kids Under Cover in preventing youth homelessness in Australia.
Some beautiful blooms from previous garden shows. Autumn is the perfect season to attend this event under the canopy of the beautiful trees in the Carlton Gardens in Melbourne.
2014 Landscape Garden Award Bronze winner “The Quiet Garden” designed by Ros McCully Garden Designs and constructed Srt8line Landscaping.
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