5 sensory zones to ‘Immerse your senses’
Hosting over 100,000 show visitors across five days, the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is set to amaze, delight and inspire enthusiasts when doors open next week.
You are invited you to “Immerse your senses” at this years five sensory zones.
Site: The Diggers Club
“Tantalise your taste buds at The Diggers Club edible garden & tasting station.
Taste organic heirloom fruit & vegetables and stop by to learn more about organic gardening and the extraordinary vegetables and plant varieties not found in supermarkets. Don’t miss the incredible installation while you’re there”
Site: Melbourne Flower School
“The Great Hall of Flowers houses the most visually stunning floral display in the Southern Hemisphere. Find yourself surrounded by blooms, and come get a picture taken among the suspended floral headpieces masterfully created by Melbourne Flower School”
Site: NGIV Precinct
“There’s nothing like the feeling of getting hands on in the garden and planting something new & exciting. The Victorian Schools Garden Awards, in collaboration with the Royal Botanical Gardens Victoria are allowing children to do just that. Head to the NGIV Precinct to feel the soil between your fingers and pot a plant to take home and watch it grow”
Site: Show garden’s “Grow together” +“Harmony”
“Let the tranquil sounds made by running water and the beauty of award winning show gardens bring a relaxing and peaceful element to your day. Soothe and refresh your body & mind at beautiful water features including a cascading waterfall & a meandering stream”
Site: Warratina Lavender Farm
“Your sense of smell enriches your experience of the world around you. Different scents can change your mood & transport you back to a distant memory. Make sure to stop by The Warratina Lavender Farm to immerse yourself in the floral and sweet scents of lavender”