Enjoy a cool leisure stroll through the Flower Dome and immerse in a world of perpetual spring. The Flower Dome replicates the cool-dry climate of Mediterranean regions like South Africa, California and parts of Spain and Italy. Here, you'll discover not only the amazing beauty of these plants and flowers, but how they have also adapted to the cool-dry environments.
March will be a month of excitement and anticipation, as the wait for blossoms to come into full bloom begins! These beautiful and transient flowers, known for their unpredictable blooming, are back in Flower Dome with the “Blossom Bliss” (粉色之恋) floral display.
This year, there will be more trees spread out around the conservatory, as well as new varieties that will be on show for the first time. If you visited last year’s display and were captivated by charming varieties such as the Prunus Accolade, an example of quiet beauty with its simple, pale pink flowers; or the unusual weeping form of Prunus subhirtella Pendula trees, they will be back again this year. The pretty hues of pink and white will be showcased in a Japanese-inspired landscape that features a picturesque tree-lined pathway and traditional rickshaws for the perfect photo opportunity.
Visitors are encouraged to check our Facebook for updates on the state of flowering before they visit.
Marvel at the ancient Olive Trees, estimated to be over a thousand years old. Cultivated for over 10 thousand years in the Mediterranean, Olive Trees provide fruit, oil and leaves that are used for various purposes.
Designed with glass that sits on a steel grid which acts like an eggshell, the two Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay are the world’s largest columnless greenhouses.
With 3,332 panels of 42 varying shapes and sizes of spectrally selective glass, the Flower Dome is like a giant puzzle!
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