A four-day floricultural and horticultural exhibition will kick start at Kadri Park from January 26. Organized by the Department of Horticulture in association with Siri Totagarike Sangha and Kadri Park Committee, a model made from flowers showing water flow from a “bindige” (a vessel) will be an added attraction at the show.
Addressing the press on Tuesday, January 24, H. R. Nayak, Deputy Director of Horticulture, Dakshina Kannada, said that about 10,000 flowering plants raised by the department will be exhibited.
They include dwarf yellow and orange marigold, salvia red, vinca, and dwarf torenio. Different types of anthurium, gerbere, chrysanthemum, rose, impatience, petonia, ixora, bonsai, and orchids will be on display. In addition, there will be vegetable carvings and different types of cut flowers at the show.
He said that vegetable saplings, ornamental plants, and different types of other plants will be for sale. There will also be a demonstration of a vegetable garden.
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