Nobleman Students Created Singapore's Largest Flower Bouquet with 179,593 blooms
17 Jul 2010
Singapore, 17 July 2010 - After a 12-hour marathon session yesterday (16 July), 50 students from Nobleman School of Floral Design has successfully created Singapore's Largest Flower Bouquet.
The students started working diligently on the massive bouquet from 9am yesterday at the Singapore Garden Festival and the 105.7 metres-long bouquet was finally completed at around 9pm last night. Altogether, 179,593 blooms were used to form the giant bouquet and the flowers used were mainly orchids, antrudium, and glorisia. The bouquet measures 3.5 metres wide and will be displayed at the Singapore Garden Festival (Level 4 of Suntec Convention Centre) from now till 22 July 2010.
The current Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Flower Bouquet is held by Germany and was set in 2005. Back then, 156,940 blooms were used. The newly minted Singapore record is awaiting certification from the Guinness World Records before it can be officially crowned as the World's Largest Flower Bouquet.
Appended please find photographs taken last night at the Singapore Garden Festival. All pictures are to be credited to Singapore Garden Festival if used.
About Singapore Garden Festival
Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) is a biennial event, positioned to be amongst the top flower and garden shows on the international calendar. SGF is the first show to bring together top international award-winning landscape and garden designers, florists and horticulturists from around the world who are invited to the Festival to work alongside Singapore's own talented horticulturists. Singapore's geographic location makes the Festival an ideal platform to showcase horticultural and gardening products and services from the northern and southern hemispheres, as well as from Asia and New World nations.
For more information on SGF2010, log onto www.singaporegardenfestival.com