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SGF Hort Show 2021

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This year’s SGF Hort Show will run from 9 to 31 October 2021 with a hybrid programme comprising virtual and physical activities. The virtual programme includes a variety of talks, workshops as well as an e-marketplace to enable members of the public to shop from the comfort of their homes. On-site displays will take place at two locales, namely Singapore Botanic Gardens from 9 to 17 October and Jurong Lake Gardens from 23 to 31 October. Entry to the show grounds will be free, and details to manage crowd size in accordance with safe management measures will be advised closer to the event dates. Check out some of the highlights below!

Key highlights at Singapore Botanic Gardens from 9 – 17 October 2021

  • Horticultural Competition (9 – 13 October 2021) comprising the Best Show Plants across nine categories cultivated by professionals and amateurs vying for Prestigious Awards, Medals and the Grand Prize, the City in Nature Challenge Cup!
    Click here to download the competition kit.
  • Horticultural Display (14 – 17 October 2021) showcasing uncommon, unusual and unique plants in the National Parks Board's Pasir Panjang Nursery collection, which will be sure to excite all gardening enthusiasts!
  • Orchid Competition (9 – 17 October 2021), organised in partnership with the Orchid Society of South East Asia, will feature the region’s best orchid plants competing for heritage trophies as well as award-winning orchid varieties.
    Click here to download the competition kit.

Key highlights at Jurong Lake Gardens from 23 – 31 October 2021

  • Vertical Greenery Competition featuring unique creations of 36 square metres each designed by professionals from Singapore’s landscape industry based on the theme of “Into the next dimension”
  • Balcony Gardens Competition hopes to inspire you to transform your own balcony into a magical garden retreat
  • Nano Tank Aquascaping Competition & Aquascaping Displays where visitors can feast their eyes on beautiful underwater garden landscapes based on the theme of “Nature Meets Water”.
    Click here to download the competition kit. 
  • Bonsai Exhibition and Competition will showcase a wide collection of bonsai, landscaping and natural stones
  • Edibles Competition will have three main categories for participation – the longest fruit or vegetable (cucumber, lady’s finger, luffa, snake gourd and sword bean), the heaviest fruit or vegetable (cauliflower, cherry tomato, pumpkin, radish and winter melon) and an open category for unusual or uncommon fruits or vegetables.

Other key highlights from 9 – 31 October 2021

  • Virtual talks, workshops and e-marketplace (More details will be announced)
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