Every year on Independence Day and Republic day, flower shows are organized at the Lalbagh Botanical Garden. The event is jointly organised by Department of Horticulture and Mysore Horticulture Society, this flower show has been one of the most awaited events in the Garden City.
The 2015 Independence Day edition of Lalbagh flower show is the 202nd flower show! A remarkable milestone. This year the flower show would use over 200 varieties of flowers and 20,000 pots for decoration. Over 500,000 visitors are expected to see this famous flower show.
Pramoda Devi Wadiyar, wife of the scion of Wadiyar dynasty late Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wadiyar will inaugurate the 202nd show.
Fascinating Fabrication of Flowers
- This years main attraction will be the replica of the Bangalore Palace created using 200,000 Dutch roses, apart from the 5 Maharajas of Mysuru made using flowers.
- The Glass House will host nearly 800 aesthetic exhibits.
- Nearly 250 farmers across the State would display rare and unique farm produce to demonstrate the emerging horticulture technologies.
- Approximately Rs 1.2 crore ($200,000) is being spent on this edition of the flower show.
A Peek into the Flower Fiesta
This 10 day floral extravaganza at Lalbagh will be held from August 7-16, 2015. All the flowers and plants displayed at the Flower Show are detailed with definite information.
The cool and sublime weather condition of Bangalore adds to the splendor of the Flower Show in more ways than one way. Undoubtedly, a must visit place for the whole family.
Lalbagh Flower Show Quick Facts
- Flower show is open from August 17 to 16, 2015.
- Every year the parking spot is changing in view of security. Pedestrians can enter the flower show from any of the 4 gates.
- The entry fee is priced at Rs. 50 on holidays for adults. On all other days the entry fee is Rs 40 for adults.
- Entry fee for children on all days is Rs 10.
- You can buy the tickets to Lalgabh flower show online.
- Entry of private vehicles has been banned into Lal Bagh by The Horticulture Department.
- School buses are allowed into the garden through the Double Road gate.
- There are cloak rooms at each entrance of the Lalbagh Botanical Garden.
- 40 CCTVs, hidden cameras and drone cameras have been used for providing security.
- Timings: 9 am to 6 pm