A look at Egypt's Autumn Flower Exhibition

Colorful flowers, ornamental plants, shrubs, seedlings, vases and landscape accessories have been charmingly displayed by dozens of exhibitors in Egypt's first autumn horticulture expo that has kicked off on Saturday at the yard of the Agricultural Museum in Giza, near the capital Cairo, after 30 years of absence.

At least 170 exhibitors, including professional florists and landscapers, take part in the 45-day "Autumn Flower Exhibition" held on an area of about 18,000 square meters for the first time at the Agricultural Museum, as it used to be held in other gardens before it halted in 1989.

Visitors have been touring through the lanes of the museum's massive garden while exhibitors displayed their fragrant and eye-catching products in adjacent open-air display areas on both sides.

Mohamed al-Sayyid, a manager at one of the exhibiting companies, said that the new horticulture expo provides greater chances for exhibitors to promote their products and attract more customers and importers, noting that his company exports rare flowers and shrubs to most Arab states.

Read more at Global Times

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