The Most Popular Flower Shows in the World: Refresh Your Senses from Australia to India

By Joyline Rego

The ideal way to refresh our senses is to be one with nature. For jaw dropping garden style and pure floral beauty take your pick from the finest flower shows in the world and explore the inner gardener in you.
  1. Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show: Organized since 1995 in Victoria, the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show is a premier horticultural bash. It is the only one to have been hosted by the UNESCO World Heritage Site and sees over 100,000 people every April

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  1. Ellerslie International Flower Show: Held in New Zealand every year since 1994 the Ellerslie International Flower Show showcases a number of exotic flowers. Previously held in the city of Auckland, the show moved to Christchurch at Hagley Park in 2008

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  1. Singapore Garden Festival: Taking place in July every year The Singapore Garden Festival is a breath-taking affair, with 39 designers from 19 countries and over 100,000 visitors. The event is hosted at the beautiful Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre

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  1. Philadelphia International Flower Show: Drawing close to a quarter of a million visitors every year, Philadelphia International Flower Show is America’s biggest flower show. It takes place in March and is organized by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

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  1. Vaikunth Flower Show: India witnessed the first of its kind flower show– Vaikunth Flower Show in the month of December. Inspired from the Royal Horticulture Society’s Chelsea flower show, the event was a grand success and included 18 themed gardens and over a million flowers such as roses, orchids, dahlias at the Piramal Vaikunth site in Thane. The event included attractions such as the Wishing Well Fairy Garden, the Victorian Orchid Hunters Garden, The Rickshaw of Roses Garden, The Babul-ul Hind Garden, and a mini toy train named “Little Sultan” which signifies the engines of the first ever passenger train in India.