13,000 Princettias in a living mural:

Australia: Princettias shine in Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Pink and white Princettias take a center stage in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, in Australia. Over 13,000 of these poinsettia varieties of Suntory have been installed in a living wall in a special conservatory called The Calyx.

As part of the celebration for its 200 year history the Botanic Garden opened this attraction called The Calyx, where different kind of exhibitions are being held. The exhibition that is currently being held is called 'All About Flowers' and this opened in May and will remain so until 30 July 2017 with a gold coin donation entry.

On the living wall or living mosaic, the Princettias were interspersed with other plants, like the ornamental sweet potato Ipomaea cultivars, Dichondra silver falls. Besides that, also five raised island beds were created. Each island having a limited combination of massed flowers, like Gerbera Daisy, Chrysanthemum, Moth Orchid, Dianthus, Cyclamen with Hydrangeas, Jacobaea, Maidenhair fern, Cymbidum Orchid, Phlebodium fern and Zygocactus.

Click here for more photos and information on coffsgardenclub.com.

For more information about Princettias, visit www.princettia.net.

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