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All About Flowers at The Calyx

All About Flowers was the first in a series of free floral displays in The Calyx.

Curated by the award-winning team at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, the display showcased colourful arrangements of exotic plants including Moth Orchids, Begonias, Hydrangeas, Gavineas, and more.
 
Seen by almost 100,000 people, visitors wandered the floral beds before standing back to admire the showpiece – Australia’s largest indoor green wall. The wall, standing at 6 metres high and stretching across 50 metres, was a living watercolour painting, paying homage to the masters of Impressionism.

Visit The Calyx website to see updates and information on the current exhibition.
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A contemporary and engaging experience set within the beauty and tradition of the Garden.

The Calyx (pron. kal-iks) is defined as ‘the sepals of a flower, typically forming a whorl that encloses the petals and forms a protective layer around a flower in bud’.

The Calyx is the Garden’s world-class living art gallery and a theatrical experience that houses ever-changing living botanic exhibitions. The Calyx is a place to inspire and capture imagination, an enchanting and magical experience where plants will take you on a journey of discovery
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