Perugia Flower Show 2022: the exhibition-market of rare plants
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 May, he returns Perugia Flower Show.
The market exhibition of rare plants and unusual will take place in the splendid and new setting of Barton Park (Viale Giuseppe Meazza 21), in the center of Perugia.
Unmissable appointment with the quality greenawaited by all lovers of nature and the world of gardening, Perugia Flower Show will host more than 60 exhibitorsselected from the best producers and collectors – national and international – of rare and unusual plants.
Visitors will thus have the opportunity to admire many species of roses, orchids, camellias, hydrangeas, azaleas, aromatic plants and rare examples of bonsai. Also present are succulents, cacti and succulents, but also carnivorous and Mediterranean plants.
And again, perennials, bulbous, aquatic plants and secular olive trees.
As a corollary to these numerous botanical varieties, there will also be a section dedicated tocraftsmanship of quality, at equipment for professional gardening, indoor and outdoor furniture and garden fabrics. And finally, natural products for the Welfare and body care ed food and wine excellences to taste and take home.
Perugia Flower Show is not just a simple exhibition-market.
For the whole weekend there is in fact a dense calendar of collateral events free, perfect for the more experienced and also for those who are approaching the world of greenery. Gardening courses base, specialized cultivation meetings, floral art, mise en place, flower therapy, tastings guided tours on edible flowers and wild herbs, mini-conferences on the history, use and care of plants.
There will be no shortage of fun workshops and stimulating practical activities developed for children, in order to bring the little ones closer to ecology, contact with nature and respect for the environment.
Perugia Flower Show was born in 2008. A successful, young and dynamic format that has never stopped growing.
After the creation of the autumn edition, again in Perugia, over the years it also moved to other cities such as Ancona, Arezzo, Modica and Florence.
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