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The Best of Tropical Gardens and Floral Artistry is Back
Benny Bee and his friends at the Benny's Sunflower Farm at the Meadow
The prestigious Singapore Garden Festival returns for its sixth edition. It's the largest edition ever to mark its 10 years anniversary with a total of 9.7 hectares at Gardens by the Bay. It's one of the most anticipated competitions. Catch 72 displays designed by international and local designers, community gardeners and floral enthusiasts.
Floral Windows to the World - Bayfront Plaza Admire 14 installations created by local and international master floral artists.
First time winners Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz won Gold and Best of Show of Floral Windows category with Stretching Time. Photo courtesy of Singapore Garden Festival
Secret Garden - The Meadow Find Aranda Lee Kuan Yew and Vanda Kwa Geok Choo named after the late Mr. Lee Kuan Yew and his wife in this best kept secret garden. Best time to visit this enchanting garden is right before sunset.
The enchanted Secret Garden. Photo courtesy of Singapore Garden Festival
Orchid Extravaganza - Flower Dome Designed by Alan Tan, the exhibition features over 200 orchid species and hybrids. Be mesmerised by the Sacred Trees of Wisdom in an enchanted forest, and spot on the mythical Orchidians in the garden.
The Sacred Trees of Wisdom by Singaporean garden landscape designer Alan Tan at Flower Dome. Photo courtesy of Singapore Garden Festival
Floral Wonderland - Bayfront Plaza
Visit and admire the creativity of these community gardeners which also used upcycled materials at Winter Wonderland, Lyrical Play, Fairies Wheel, Topsy Turvy, and Candy Floss, the winner of the Gardeners' Cup 2016 Championship Trophy.
Gardeners' Cup 2016 Best Educational Garden Winter Wonderland by South East CDC. Photo Credit: Singapore Garden Festival
It's a family bonding time to visit Learning Garden with their young ones. Pushcarts filled with traditional cake molds and spices are on display together with real life-size edible plants like ocra and barley.
Snap this unique flower and you may even win a Nikon camera! Find out more here.
Musella lasiocarpa at Lindy's Ginger Garden. Photo Credit: Singapore Garden Festival
Enjoy culinary delights at Dining at the Garden City, and shop for orchids, gardening and landscape tools at The Market Place. It's a non-ticketed area next to Bayfront MRT Station. Be entertained by Shil&Adi, The Codeword, Gentle Bones, and more.