Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival 2019

Date : 13 to 21 July 2019

Time : 7am to 10pm (Refer to the table appended below for each day's programme schedule)

 

Description

The long-awaited Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival is back! This year, the festival runs from 13 July to 21 July 2019.

The festival continues the tradition of celebrating the rich heritage of the Singapore Botanic Gardens as an important cultural, social and national treasure. We are thrilled to bring you two weekends of festivities in the Gardens, suitable for the entire family! What’s more, this year marks our 160th Anniversary and we have many exciting programmes lined-up for you! Begin by exploring the Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Museum and Heritage Garden near the Swan Lake as you walk down memory lane reliving our Gardens’ poignant history! Continue your journey by exploring the vibrant National Orchid Garden with free admission* promotions during the festival! If you’re a photography lover, you’ll be dazzled by our photo exhibitions at the CDL Green Gallery and People’s Gallery curated just for you!

Explore the latest attraction in the Singapore Botanic Gardens as you embark on a tour of the Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank, an important research facility for the preservation of seeds in the tropical region. Head on down to the Centre for Education and Outreach for a hands-on experiential learning in gardening and the culinary arts! While you’re there, check-out the Centre for Ethnobotany which features an exciting exhibition on the “Ethnobotany of the Jackfruit Family”. 

Don’t forget to pack your picnic baskets and bring your friends and family for concerts at the Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage, a jewel of the Singapore Botanic Gardens and what’s now the premier outdoor concert experience for everyone! Also, hang around the Eco-Lake Lawn as the day comes to a close for an outdoor movie screening under the stars unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before! What’s more, with the specially-curated menus at our food and beverage outlets during this period, you’re in for a real treat! Last but not least, walk-in to any of our visitor service counters to participate in the Heritage Challenge! and redeem a limited edition Seed Pack Prize**. Lucky participants also stand a chance to win*** Corner House dining vouchers (worth $100 each) or Gardens Shop products (worth $200 each). What are you waiting for! Join us for a premier outdoor experience for your entire family! 

*Free Admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Student Pass and Work Permit Holders
**While stocks last
***Terms and Conditions apply 

For a PDF document of the Programme Schedule, click HERE.
For a PDF document of the Programme Description, click HERE.

For Heritage Challenge! Activity Sheet, click HERE.

Singapore Botanic Gardens Heritage Festival 2019

Programme

*For all activities, please refer to the description table for terms and conditions*

Daily

13 to 21 July

NEW! Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank, 9am to 6pm
(Open to public from Sat, 13 July at 1pm) 

Exhibition: “SAM Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition”, 5am to 12am @ People’s Gallery & Green Pavilion

Exhibition: “Singapore’s Greening Journey: 200 Years and Beyond”, 9am to 6pm @ CDL Green Gallery

Exhibition: “Ethnobotany of the Jackfruit Tree Family”, 9am to 6pm @ Centre for Ethnobotany

Free Admission* to National Orchid Garden
8.30am to 7pm (Last ticket sales and entry at 6pm)
*Free Admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents, Student Pass and Work Permit Holders

Spice Up Your Life, 8am to 7pm @ Forest Pavilion

Date

13 July 2019
(Sat)

14 July 2019
(Sun)

20 July 2019
(Sat)

21 July 2019
(Sun)

7am to 9pm

Match The Seeds Activity @ Cluny Food Hall

From 8am

Colouring Activity Station, 8am to 10pm @ Bee’s Knees at The Garage

 From 9am Learning Forest Tour 
9am to 10am

@ Learning Forest Visitor Service Counter  
Seed Bank Tour
9am to 9.45am

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
9am to 9.45am

@ Seed Bank 
Rainforest Tour
9am to 10am

@ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

 
Orchid Garden Tour
9am to 10am

@ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter 

Heritage Tour
9am to 9.45am

@ Tanglin Gate Visitor Service Counter 

Heritage Tour
9am to 9.45am

@ Tanglin Gate Visitor Service Counter 

9am to 6pm

Heritage Festival Activity Booths @ Orchid Plaza

 

From 10am

Rainforest Tour
10am to 11am

@ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter   
Seed Bank Tour
10am to 10.45am

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
10am to 10.45am

@ Seed Bank 
 Seed Bank Tour
10am to 10.45am

@ Seed Bank
Orchid Garden Tour
10am to 11am

@ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter  
Grow with Nature” Drama Workshop:
Let’s Learn About Seeds

10am to 11am 

@ Centre for Education and Outreach
(Pre-registration required) 

 

 

Hort Doctor with Wilson Wong: Understanding Growing Media for Beginners, 10am to 11am @ Centre for Education and Outreach

 

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Cheng Tng, 10am to 10.20am @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Grow with Nature” Drama Workshop: Let’s Learn About Seeds, 10am to 11am @ Centre for Education and Outreach (Pre-registration required)

Ethnobotany Centre & Garden Tour, 10am to 11am @ Centre for Ethnobotany

Chocolate Cupcake Baking Session, 10am to 1pm @ Fusion Spoon

Heritage Tour, 10.30am to 11.15am @ Tanglin Gate Visitor Service Counter

Chocolate Cupcake Baking Session, 10am to 1pm @ Fusion Spoon

Heritage Tour, 10.30am to 11.15am @ Tanglin Gate Visitor Service Counter

Water Colouring Demo, 10am to 12pm @ Gardens Shop at Nassim Gate

Family Fun with Cardboard Plants, 10am to 12pm @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

10am to 12pm

 

Interactive Exhibition: Be a Seed Protector @ Centre for Education and Outreach

 

From 11am

Rainforest Tour, 11am to 12pm @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter Seed Bank Tour
11am to 11.45am

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
11am to 11.45am

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
11am to 11.45am

@ Seed Bank

Orchid Garden Tour, 11am to 12pm @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

Seeds in a Bag Programme, 11am to 11.30am @ Food For Tots

“Grow with Nature” Drama Workshop: Where the Wild Things Are, 11am to 12pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach (Pre-registration required)

Hort Doctor with Wilson Wong: Plant Nutrition for Edible Gardens, 11am to 12pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Cheng Tng, 11am to 11.20am: Culinary Demo @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Grow with Nature” Drama Workshop: Where the Wild Things Are, 11am to 12pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach (Pre-registration required)

DIY Cocktail Bar, 11am to 3pm @ Botanico at The Garage (Ticketed)

 1pm & 2pm  Seed Bank Tour @ Seed Bank
1st Session: 1pm to 1.45pm
2nd Session: 2pm to 2.45pm

From 2pm & 2.30pm

Gardening Guru: Our Native Flora - Its Current Status and Conservation Value, 2pm to 3pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach 

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Roselle Basil Drink, 2pm to 2.20pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Gardening Guru: Saving Vegetable Seeds, 2pm to 3pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Roselle Basil Drink, 2pm to 2.20pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Chocolate Cupcake Baking Session, 2pm to 5pm @ Fusion Spoon

Performances, 2.30pm to 3pm @ Seed Bank

2pm to 5pm

 

Interactive Exhibition: Be a Seed Protector @ Centre for Education and Outreach

 

3pm to 3.45pm Seed Bank Tour @ Seed Bank

From 3pm

Gardening Guru: An Introduction to the Biology and Culture of Orchids, 3pm to 4pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Roselle Basil Drink, 3pm to 3.20pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Gardening Guru: Introduction to Plant Propagation, 3pm to 4pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Roselle Basil Drink, 3pm to 3.20pm: @ Centre for Education and Outreach

 Performances, 3.30pm to 4pm @ Seed Bank
From 4pm Seed Bank Tour
4pm to 4.45pm

@ Seed Bank 
Seed Bank Tour
4pm to 4.45pm

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
4pm to 4.45pm

@ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour
4pm to 4.45pm

@ Seed Bank

Rainforest Tour, 4pm to 5pm @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

Orchid Garden Tour, 4pm to 5pm @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

Gardening Guru: 'Seedy Characters'- A Look at the Beauty of Seeds, 4pm to 5pm @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Chocolate Cupcake Baking Session, 4pm to 7pm @ Fusion Spoon
Performances, 4.30pm to 5pm @ Seed Bank 
5pm to 5.45pm  Seed Bank Tour @ Seed Bank

From 5.30pm

Concert: Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra (JASSO), 6pm to 7.15pm @ Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

Concert: NAC-ExxonMobil Concert in the Park, 6pm to 7.30pm @ Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

Concert: Youth4Climate, 5.30pm to 7pm @ Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

Concert: Symphony In The Gardens, SPH Gift of Music Series, 6pm to 7pm @ Shaw Foundation Symphony Stage

From 7.30pm

 

Movie Screening:
“Ramen Teh” 
by Singapore Film Commission

7.30pm to 9pm 
@ Eco Lake Lawn

 

Friday, 19 July

Movie Screening: 
“Shorts Under the Stars” 
by Singapore Art Museum

7.30pm to 9pm 

@ Eco Lake Lawn

 

Movie Screening: 
“Shorts Under the Stars” 
by Singapore Art Museum

7.30pm to 9pm 

@ Eco Lake Lawn

 

Movie Screening:
“Moana” 
by City Developments Limited

7.30pm to 9.30pm 
@ Eco Lake Lawn

 

 

Activity

Description

Exhibition: “SAM Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition” @ People’s Gallery & Green Pavilion

“SAM Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition” by Singapore Art Museum

Opening hours - 5am to 12mn

Date duration- 6 July to 21 July 2019

This is a culmination of the Think! Contemporary Preschool Programme, a museum-based school programme that advocates learning through art at Singapore Art Museum. The SAM Education team supports participating schools with a guided recce visit for educators, a pre-visit talk in school, and in exhibiting the artworks.

The Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition 2019 features artworks inspired by SAM’s exhibition at The Learning Gallery, located at Level 4 Theatrette Project Space, National Gallery Singapore. The various themes explored in the preschoolers’ artworks include home, community, identity and memory.

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(NEW!) Seed Bank Tour @ Seed Bank
Seed Bank Tour (NEW!)

The Singapore Botanic Gardens Seed Bank, the first in Singapore, serves as both a storage and research facility for the seeds of threatened plant species in Southeast Asia. It plays a key role, along with the living collection, in Singapore Botanic Gardens’ aim of conserving plant diversity in the region, and has the capacity to store seeds from up to 25,000 species of plants. The Seed Bank has an interpretive gallery to demonstrate the work that is being carried out in the facility, as well as an outdoor garden to showcase seed diversity and dispersal.

Tour Timings: 
Sat, 13 July – 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm & 5pm
Sun, 14 July – 9am, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Sat, 20 July - 9am, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Sun, 21 July - 9am, 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm


Do walk-in and meet at the entrance of the Seed Bank to join this tour. Places are limited.
 
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Ethnobotany Centre & Garden Tour

Centre for Ethnobotany & Ethnobotany Garden Tour

The Centre for Ethnobotany explores the relationship between plants and people. Through interactive displays spanning over two levels, visitors can learn how plants shaped our cultures and the world history.

Tour Date: Sat, 13 July

Tour Timing: 10am

Do walk-in and meet at the entrance of the Centre for Ethnobotany to join this tour. Places are limited.

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Heritage Tour @ Tanglin Gate Visitor Service Counter
Heritage Tour

Established in 1859 by the Agri-Horticultural Society, the Singapore Botanic Gardens was designed by Lawrence Niven, whose work reflected the English Garden style that influenced the emergence of numerous English landscape gardens and public parks from the 18th century until this period. Today, this layout as well as the historic buildings such as Burkill Hall (1868), Ridley Hall (1882), EJH Corner House (1910) and Holttum Hall (1921) remains almost entirely intact.   In the early years, the Gardens played an important role in fostering agricultural development in the region through collecting, growing, experimenting and distributing potentially useful plants. One of the most important successes was the introduction, experimentation and promotion of Hevea brasiliensis (Pará Rubber). This became a major crop that transformed the region. In the 1920s, the Gardens also spearheaded new techniques in raising orchids in asceptic media and founded a regional orchid breeding industry.   

This guided tour will include a tour of the Heritage Museum and Gardens’ historical landmarks. The museum features interactive exhibits and panels that share little known facts of the Gardens’ rich heritage, as well as rare artefacts including botanical books, paintings, and more.

Tour Timings: 
20 July: 9am & 10.30am
21 July: 9am & 10.30am

Do walk-in and meet at the Visitor Service Counter at Botany Centre near the Tanglin Gate to join this tour. Places are limited.
 
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Heritage Festival Activity Booths @ Orchid Plaza

&

Heritage Challenge!

(Stand a chance to win Corner House vouchers worth $100 each OR Gardens Shop products worth $200 each)

Heritage Challenge!

Stand a chance to win our limited edition Heritage Festival Seed Pack Prize!

Join the Heritage Festival Challenge!

Visit any one of the Visitor Service Counters in the Singapore Botanic Gardens on 13, 14, 20 or 21 July, or download an online copy HERE and collect your Heritage Festival Challenge activity sheet. Complete the tasks on the activity sheet and win our limited edition Heritage Festival Seed Pack Prize!*

Enjoy our range of fun-filled activities at the Orchid Plaza. Participate and stand a chance to win Corner House vouchers worth $100 each OR Gardens Shop products
worth $200 each!

Date: 13, 14, 20 & 21 July
Time: 9am to 6pm
*While stocks last

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Seeds in a Bag Programme @ Food For Tots

Seeds in a Bag Programme

Let your little ones learn to grow beansprouts in a bag! It is an easy and engaging way for young children to learn some of their first lessons in plant biology. The programme comprises a brief info session about different types of common seeds/ beans and germination, a colouring activity for the participating kids’ seed bag, and then actual planting of the seeds.

  • Date: Sat, 20 July 2019
  • Timing: 11am to 11.30am
  • This programme is suitable for children aged 4 years and above.
  • Session will be closed once full at 8 kids. Walk-ins only.

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Colouring Activity Station @ Bee’s Knees at The Garage

Seed Themed Colouring Activity Station

Coloring pages are the perfect canvas for your budding artist! A coloring station will be set up in front of Bee’s Knees for kids. For an extra treat, follow The Garage on Facebook and check in with a post of an artwork by your little one to be entitled to a free drink (coke or sprite).

  • Dates: 13 & 14, 20 & 21 July 2019
  • Coloring pages will be available at the Bee’s Knees counter upon request on other days of the festival not mentioned above.
  • Activity during Opening Hours: 8am to 10pm

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DIY Cocktail Bar @ Botanico at The Garage (Ticketed)

DIY Cocktail Bar

Get the chance to get your hands dirty and shake up your very own cocktail using a medley of herbs, fruits, and seeds. The DIY cocktail station will be set up in the indoor dining area of Botanico.

  • Dates: 13 & 14, 20 & 21 July 2019
  • Timing: 11am to 3pm
  • Price: $10++

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Water Colouring Demo @ Gardens Shop at Nassim Gate

Water Colouring Demonstration

Come see how to transform liquid hues into memorable works of art at Gardens Shop’s water colouring demonstration with water colour artist Esther Peck!

Esther Peck is a highly-esteemed artist, who teaches a multitude of watercolour classes from classic flower wreaths to realistic looking animals and landscapes. She is also a watercolourist artist at Art Philosophy, a worldwide established leader in Arts supplies and the author of the book “A Guide to Floral Watercolour”.(IG: @estherpeck)

In the spirit of all things heritage, the on-site artist will be painting items such as various local delights and orchids. A live demonstration booth will be set up in front of the Gardens Shop @ Nassim Gate.

What’s more? These lovely art pieces will be given away as postcards. Receive one of these postcards with a minimum spend of $50 at Gardens Shop @ Nassim Gate, limited to 50 on a first come first serve basis. Gardens Shop will also be providing an optional service to mail the postcards on your behalf.

  • Date: Sat, 13 July 2019
  • Timing: 10am to 12pm

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Match The Seeds Activity @ Cluny Food Hall

Match The Seeds Activity

Before plants grow, they start out as little seeds. Once a plant is fully grown, they grow fruits and send out little seeds of their own within these fruits. Give your little one a lesson on plant science with this match-up sheet! Can he match the seeds with the fruit they came from? Request for a free activity sheet at the drinks stall.

  • Dates: 13 & 14, 20 & 21 July 2019
  • Activity during Opening Hours: 7am to 9pm

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Chocolate Cupcake Baking Session @ Fusion Spoon

Chia Seed ChocolateCupcake Baking Session

Let your kids learn the joy of baking! Fusion Spoon will be conducting a baking session for kids, where participants will learn to create a simple chia seed chocolate cupcake from scratch.

  • Dates & Timing:

    13 July 2019 – Session 1: 10am to 1pm. Session 2: 2pm to 5pm.

    20 July 2019 – Session 1: 10am to 1pm. Session 2: 4pm to 7pm.

  • This programme is suitable for children aged 6 to 12 years.
  • Session will be closed once full at 15 kids. Registration encouraged, please call 62555110 or 81239555.

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Spice Up Your Life @ Forest Pavilion

Spice Up Your Life @ Forest Pavilion

Learn about the history of the Spice Islands of old Indonesia and how seeds such as cardamom and other spices were valued like gold and became an inspiration for the Forest Pavilion’s Spice Islands Coffee beverage. For an extra little treat, correctly guess the number of cardamom seeds in a bottle to be rewarded with a chilled bottle of Spice Islands Coffee.

  • Dates: 13 to 21 July
  • Activity during Opening Hours: 8am to 7pm

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Interactive Exhibition: Be a Seed Protector @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Interactive Exhibition: Be A Seed Protector

Go on a journey to become a Seed Protector by discovering the fascinating world of seeds and learning about the importance of saving them. Visitors will have the opportunity to look closely at different parts of a seed under a microscope, learn about their interesting methods of dispersal and the integral role of seeds in our daily lives through interactive activities.

Date: 13, 14, 20 and 21 July

1st Session: 10am to 12pm

2nd Session: 2pm to 5pm

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Hort Doctor with Wilson Wong @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Hort Doctor with Wilson Wong: Understanding Growing Media for Beginners

Date: 14 July 2019

Time: 10am - 11am

Speaker: Wilson Wong

Synopsis:

What makes a good growing media? Buying packets of growing media to grow our beloved plants can be a difficult task for beginners, due to the wide range of products available for sale in local nurseries. In this talk, learn about what makes a good growing media for your plants in apartments or outdoor gardens.

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Hort Doctor with Wilson Wong: Plant Nutrition for Edible Gardens

Date: 14 July 2019

Time: 11am - 12pm

Speaker: Wilson Wong

Synopsis:

Feeding plants can be a daunting task for beginners. Come and attend this talk to learn about the different fertilisers and how you can use them to feed your plants. Get to know the symptoms of nutrient deficiencies, how they arise and how they can be avoided or remedied.

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“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration @ Centre for Education and Outreach

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Roselle Basil Drink

Join us in this series of culinary demonstrations to find out how seeds can be used to make refreshing treats!

Date: 14 & 21 July

1st Session: 2pm to 2.20pm

2nd Session: 3pm to 3.20pm

 

“Garden Treats” Culinary Demonstration: Cheng Tng

Date: 20 July

1st Session: 10am to 10.20am

2nd Session: 11am to 11.20am

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Gardening Guru @ Centre for Education and Outreach

Gardening Guru: Our Native Flora – Its Current Status and Conservation Value

Date: 13 July 2019

Time: 2pm-3pm

Speaker: Hassan Ibrahim

Synopsis:

Singapore has a record of over 2,000 native plant species within its boundaries. A number of native species are listed as rare or endangered. Efforts have been carried out to promote and conserve our native flora. Through active floristic surveys, a number of rediscoveries of presumably extinct species have also been recorded. Join us as we take a look at some of our fascinating native flora and the efforts towards conserving them.

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Gardening Guru: An Introduction to the Biology and Culture of Orchids

Date: 13 July 2019

Time: 3pm-4pm

Speaker: Dr Gillian Khew

Synopsis:

This informative talk will answer basic questions like “what is an orchid?”, “what are the most suitable orchids for Singapore gardens?” and “how do I keep my orchid alive and get it to flower?”. Anyone intending to make a foray into orchid growing in Singapore would benefit from this talk.

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Gardening Guru: ‘Seedy Characters’ – A Look at the Beauty of Seeds

Date: 13 July 2019

Time: 4pm – 5pm

Speaker: Ng Xin Yi

Synopsis:

Seeds, the starting point for many plants, may travel thousands of kilometres and if necessary, wait for thousands of years before germinating. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. Ranging from the giant Double Coconut to dust-like orchid seeds, from the brilliant blue-covered seeds of the Travellers’ Palm to bright red seeds of the Saga tree, seeds are truly one of nature’s greatest artworks which will fascinate many with their interesting forms and functions.

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Gardening Guru: Saving Vegetable Seeds

Date: 20 July 2019

Time: 2pm - 3pm

Speaker: Benjamin Ang

Synopsis:

Looking for ways to save seeds from your own vegetable garden? Join us as Benjamin introduces the basics of seed saving, including seed types, genetics, seed dormancy and storage.

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Gardening Guru: Introduction to Plant Propagation

Date: 20 July 2019

Time: 3pm – 4pm

Speaker: Benjamin Ang

Synopsis:

One can never have too many plants. But how can you expand your collection without spending a fortune? This talk will cover the various aspects of propagation, including cutting, grafting, layering and even tissue culture. Demonstrations will be included.

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Family Fun with Cardboard Plants @ Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

Family Fun with Cardboard Plants by Singapore Art Museum

Be inspired by the artworks on display at the Think! Contemporary Preschool Exhibition 2019 and create your own tree or flower sculpture using pre-cut cardboard templates

Date: Saturday, 13 July 2019

Venue: Nassim Gate Visitor Service Counter

Time: 10am – 12pm

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Festival-Exclusive Menus and Promotions

These festival-exclusive menus and promotions will be available throughout the SBG Heritage Festival, from 13 to 21 July 2019.

Food For Tots

Cookie Butter and Jelly (Mixed Berries Chia Seed Jam) Toast

Price: $7

Seeded Tandoori Chicken Wrap, with Side Salad and Fries

Price: $12

Kiwi Seed Lemonade

Price: $6

 

 

 

Botanico @ The Garage

Cluny Food Hall

JUJU

The Seed of Garage

Price: $15++

Feat. Gin, fresh lime juice, turmeric powder, basil herb, mint, basil seeds

Golden Chicken Roulade with Sesame Sauce

Price: $8.90

Passionfruit Milkshake

Price: $3.90

Special JUJU Bowl

Price: $8.50

100% nut-free and vegan! Feat. Choice of JUJU base served with granola, bananas, pomegranate seeds, house-made candied sesame seeds, toasted pumpkin seeds, chia seed pudding and sunbutter drizzle



The Halia

The Halia Heritage Set

Price: $30+++ (Usual Price: $34++)

Feat. Halia’s Signature Singapore-style Chilli Crab Spaghettini and Ginger & Pineapple Herbarium Mocktail

 

The Halia A.M. Seed Set

Price: $18+++ (Usual Price: $22++)

Feat. Organic Chia Seed Porridge and Spice Islands Coffee (hot or chilled)

Note: Available during all meal times except Weekday Breakfast, Mon-Fri 9am-11am except PH

 

TERMS & CONDITIONS 

No registration is required unless otherwise stated. Participation is on a first-come-first-served basis. 
The Board reserves the right to change the schedule without prior notice.

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Updated as of 13 July 2019

 

 

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