You may want to see the main flower show event – Bangalore Palace recreated using colorful roses.
|Horticulture Exhibition - Lalbagh Botanical Gardens Aug 205|
The Lalbagh Flower Show is more than what comes in our mind about a flower show. While the flower decorations are setup in the Glass House which is quite far away from the main entrance, the visitors first get to see the Horticulture Museum which is educative and interesting.
Fruits on Display - Horticulture Exhibition - Lalbagh Gardens
|Fruits on display - Horticulture Museum - Lalbagh Gardens August 2015|
|People at Horticulture Museum - Lalbagh Gardens - August 2015|
Colored Capsicum - Horticulture Exhibition - Lalbagh Gardens
|Colored Capsicum - Lalbagh Gardens - Aug 2015|
Children, students in particular, shouldn’t miss this section as they get a glimpse of agriculture status in the State. This section exhibits samples of fruits, vegetables and products good for cottage industries.
Hundred of Stalls
|Lalbagh Stalls near Horticulture Museum - Aug 2015|
|Hooglu Juices - (Natural Juices)|
Mango Creations - An initiative to "Go Green"
|Mango Creations - Go Green Initiative in Lalbagh|
|Vetiver Crafts - Lalbagh Gardens|
Fresh Vegetable Stalls
|Fresh Vegetable Stalls|
Before you near the glass house, you will come across hundreds of stalls selling various products like plants & flowers, agriculture produce, handicrafts, eco-friendly products and the list goes on.
Refreshments - Fresh Juices
|Pulp juices & packed juices|
Home Made Snacks
Both fresh and packed juices were sold there. The small time vendors were selling local snacks like churumuri in almost all corners. Packaged drinking water was also available. There were stalls selling packed foods as well.