Here are my old posts from the previous years, I didn't blog about the 2010 one:
The terrarium dome is nice and chilly, and misty. Smells a bit funky though. Nice concept.
Best of show. That is the hugest winter melon, I never knew we could grow such fancy pumpkins or melons in our urban landscape.
I think this is the Fantasy section. This area was dark and some had nice lighting and fountains and video is the best way to showcase its movement and atmosphere.
Cute outdoor display with lots of blooms. See in Sg we can't grow most of the pretty flowers due to the tropical climate (they don't bloom), only greens like grass, ferns, shrubs and trees. And maybe orchids.
Lots of sunflowers and lots of (real) dragonflies. You can see that one that looks like a helicopter in the sky. I'm afraid of dragonflies lol.
Outdoor landscaping design section.
You cannot go into any of these... They are barricaded and for display only.
Except for this small sugar cane maze with mirrors.
Might be nice for a local resort.
Bright morning glories, though it wasn't morning but late afternoon. Hmm called Ipomoea if I recall right.
Secret Garden section.
The ground was covered with wood chips and damp, so it was squishy and muddy.
It was crowded and due to it being enclosed, the atmosphere felt muggy.
We took a long walk to the Flower Dome for the Orchid Show, which was outside the main festival area. The ticket allows us free admission into the Flower Dome, which is a permanent attraction.
I like this place, it's air conditioned and smells nice at times.
Getting dark and trying to view the dizzying varieties of orchids. I don't really fancy orchids but my mother does.
Now that leftmost orchid is CRAZY stunning. See its many awards?
Ooh good idea, a durian house! It reminds me of a durian hat kid I drew back in 2004.
Thanks for reading! I may update with a video if I have some time.
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