It’s finally warming up and while days are getting longer, we can’t wait to spend more time outside in the sunshine. The spring season has just begun, so let’s take the chance to enjoy all the colors of the first blooms! We invite you to mark your calendar for this upcoming weekend and not to miss the ‘Ancona Flower Show’: an exhibition that will ‘color’ the beautiful courtyard of the ‘Mole Vanvitelliana’ in Ancona.
The trade show is dedicated to manufacturers and collectors of rare and unusual plants and will guest the best among Italian exhibitors. In this third edition you will have the opportunity to admire a large number of beautiful flowers and trees, in a profusion of colors and spring scents.Many different types of roses, hydrangeas, rare orchids, many varieties of citrus, but also peonies, camellias and azaleas. You will also see bonsai, aquatic plants and ancient olive trees, as well as unusual aromatic and carnivorous plants and many other curiosities that will surely cacth your attention. We can bet the outside world will look in black and white after being plunged in such a great mix of colors!
Many other activities will be going on during the exhibit, involving both adults and children such as: gardening classes, creative and educational workships and interesting mini-lectures on the history, use and care of plants.
To even make this event more complete, there will also be stands offering garden and household furniture, local craftsmanship, excellent food and wine and other products related to the world of nature.
Ancona Flower Show is an event full of fun and learning: a relaxing and educational experience together. In nature, everything is connected, and the visit to the show will remind us the deep relationship between man and environment, and how important is preserving the heritage that Mother Nature offers to us. That is everybody’s duty.
Dear Friends, we recommend to take note of the dates of the ‘Ancona Flower Show’ as follows:
Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th, April 2015 from 9:30am to 7:30pm.
For info and sign to free classes, please visit: http://www.anconaflowershow.com