From 10 to 18 November exhibition “Cut flowers from around the world”
The last exhibition of the year in Tallinn Botanic Garden, “Cut flowers from around the world”, welcomes you from 10 to 18 November to see lesser-known cut flowers as well as cut branches and leaves used in floral arrangements. The visitors will be able to learn about the top 20 most popular cut flowers in the world and where the largest numbers of cut flowers are grown. In addition, there will be consultants to give advice about preserving cut flowers and foliage and caring for bouquets in vases.
What do Tutsan, Leucadendron, lemon myrtle or leatherleaf fern look like? When did the cultivation of tulips, roses, chrysanthemums or Dianthus varieties start? Which cut flowers originated in South Africa, China and Japan or Middle East? You will find answers to these questions and many others at the exhibition.
At 13:00 and 14:00 on 18 November there will be floral arrangement workshops for children, where they can make a pretty table decoration under the guidance of our Flower Magic Fairy.
In the exhibition hall, you will also be able to see and buy funny toys and felted wall pictures by handicraft artist Mareli Rannap.
Entrance with a regular ticket.