London’s flower fiesta to splash out with the colours of Colombia
Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens are dedicating their 24th annual orchid festival to the most bio-diverse country in the world: Colombia. The festival “The Colour of Colombia” celebrates this incredible array by displaying more than 6,200 orchids, including the country’s national flower: the purple-lipped Flor the Mayo.
Full of surprises, the exhibits along the route include a carnival or animals, displaying tucan, turtle and jaguar-shaped flowered pieces. Tropical butterflies will also naturally adorn the venue.
The festival will run from Saturday February 9 until Sunday March 10, within the Gardens’ Princess of Wales Conservatory.
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