The Hong Kong Flower Show is a major event organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department to promote horticulture and the awareness of greening. Every year, it provides a good opportunity for hundreds of thousands of local citizens and horticulture lovers all over the world to appreciate the beauty of flowers and share their experiences in the cultivation of flowers. Hong Kong Flower Show 2020 will be held from 6 to 15 March 2020 at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. The Hong Kong Flower Show this year features “Bliss in Bloom” as its theme and the gorgeous Hydrangea as its theme flower. Hydrangea are made up of numerous florets which lean closely together when in bloom, likened to mutual support of individuals for each other. The rounded inflorescences and rich colours of Hydrangea not only add to its aesthetic beauty, but also create a feeling of perfection and happiness, bringing warmth and harmony to every corner. Let’s sprinkle this flower of happiness with love to fill our hearts with hope and joy.
Featuring “Hydrangea” as its theme flower, the event will showcase this exquisite plant and a rich profusion of exquisite potted plants, beautiful floral arrangements and gorgeous landscape displays by organizations from local, the Mainland and overseas. There will also be commercial stalls selling flowers and other horticultural products. During the show period, a rich diversity of educational and recreational fringe activities will also be organized for the enjoyment of visitors of all ages. They include student drawing competition, photo competition, plant exhibit competition, music and cultural performances, floral art demonstrations, greening activities workshops, green promotional game stalls, guided visits, recreation programmes and fun games.
|Venue :||Victoria Park, Hong Kong|
|Date & Time :||6 - 15 March
9:00 am – 9:00 pm
|Theme Flower :||Hydrangea|
|Theme :||Bliss in Bloom|
|Admission Fee :||
Concessionary Rate during Monday to Friday
In view of the latest developments, the Hong Kong Flower Show 2020 originally scheduled to be held from March 6 to 15 at Victoria Park had been cancelled in order to reduce social contacts and the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community.