Buds N’ Blooms 2017, On 26th, 2 7th, 28th and 29th January 17
The Agri-Horticultural Society of Western India presents the annual Empress Garden Flower Show and Garden festival 2017 one of the largest and most unique flower exhibitions, being held from 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th January 2017, between 9 am to 8 pm, within the beautiful precincts of the Empress Botanical Gardens. This is 20th flower exhibition by Empress Garden. The inauguration will take place at the hands of Brigadier A.K Tyagi, President Pune cantonment board on January 26, 2017 at 11.30 pm.
The Empress garden is usually famous as a destination to study botany and tourism. Considering this the management organizes various initiatives to attract the visitors. This exhibition is one of the most pivotal initiatives by Empress Garden. This is not just putting various flowers in the exhibition but it exhibits various designed plants, designed made by leaves and flowers, stalls having various gardening instruments for sale like medicines, fertilizers and gardening instruments.
This year severe drought hit Maharashtra state due to deforestation, extinct mountains in the state, extinct water resources. The visitor here can see the design made by flower focusing on above issue for the sake of awareness.
Japanese Flower Arrangements by Mrs. Mona Pingle and her collogues are main attraction of the exhibition. Apart from this Bonsai plant made by Mrs. Sunita Shirke and Mrs Mangala Rao, Flower design made by Mehek Foundation, Designs made from vegetables by Avalokita Mane will also catch the eye balls of visitors.
Here in this expo people can take a leave for a while from their daily hectic schedule and can enjoy the various types of blossoms, designed plants, Bonsai plant and different kind of vegetables.
There are numerous programs like magic show, puppet show and many more for kids will also hold the eye balls of every from each age group.
The popularity of this exhibition is increasing over the years as the people from Nashik, Kolhapur, Sangli and Andhra Pradesh are coming in a huge number.
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