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Voyage flower show: Edinburgh to host UK premiere of new Fleurs de Villes exhibition | UK News

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Edinburgh is to host the UK premiere of a new flower show.

World-renowned Fleurs de Villes is bringing new exhibition Voyage to Scotland’s capital this September.

Set within the magnificent grounds of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Voyage will feature travel-themed displays and pop-up floral mannequins that celebrate iconic destinations around the world.

Local floral artists are taking part and will celebrate the cultures, people and heritage of countries including Japan, Argentina and India.

These artists – including Quate & Co. and Wild Flowers who are fresh from being featured on TV show Billionaire Blooms – plan to present an unmissable storytelling experience through flowers.

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Pic: Fleurs de Villes

Voyage will be staged within a marquee in the heart of the garden.

Visitors will also be able to enter the historic Inverleith House to watch demonstrations by florists and cast their vote in a “fan favourite” contest.

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Fleurs de Villes has held blockbuster exhibitions throughout the world, including in cities like Sydney, New York and Toronto.

Co-founder Karen Marshall said: “As Fleurs de Villes has travelled the globe these last few years, we have been so inspired by the stories shared by fans, florists, and partners in every city we visited.

“With people everywhere returning to travel, it is an opportune time to bring these global stories to life in flowers.

“We are thrilled to be bringing Voyage to Edinburgh and to be partnering with the iconic Royal Botanic Garden – the perfect stage to showcase Edinburgh’s world-class floral talent.”

Voyage will take place in Edinburgh between 15-24 September and tickets are on sale now.



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