We are delighted to welcome you to the Johannesburg International Flower Show hosted at Waterfall City. This is the first horticultural event of this magnitude in Africa. Celebrating design and innovation with the country’s leading landscapers, designers, and gardeners, the Johannesburg International Flower Show is the perfect platform to showcase innovative exhibitions.
There are some extraordinary gardens to see, including the Showcase Gardens, Artisan Gardens, and creative themed Food & Drink Gardens. All of which are designed by South Africa’s leading landscape designers as well as some incredible up-and-coming talent.
We encourage you to get involved in our retail experiences all around the show. We hope you join us and escape to The Johannesburg International Flower Show.
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The Show's Gardens
The gardens at the Johannesburg International Flower Show will be spectacular spaces filled with amazing ideas each designed and crafted by leading artists, designers, and landscapers. South Africa is rich in landscaping talent, and for the first time ever, these world-class designers will be able to showcase their work in front of a large local audience as well as international judges. These designers will go head to head to win coveted awards recognizing artists.
Netflorist Grand Pavillion Of Flowers
In the heart of the Johannesburg, International Flower stands the Grand Pavilion of Flowers. Here, visitors can get lost in the midst of extravagant floral displays, elaborately designed flower walls and chandeliers, fantasy gardens and ikebana displays. While inspired by artistry, visitors can attend workshops to learn more.
Entertainment At The Show
The Johannesburg International Flower Show will be alive with quality entertainment for five days. A full programme of entertainment will provide entertainment for the whole family. You will be entertained for hours at The Johannesburg International Flower Show.
And here’s how. We are aware of our environmental state and while we want to showcase South Africa’s nature, we also want to protect it. Therefore, no plants on the invasive list will be used in any of our exhibits. No plants will be directly harvested from their natural habitat.
This event will practice water-wise gardening, support renewable energy through solar paneling sponsored by Nupower and use recycled infrastructure.
The Johannesburg International Flower show will implement proper waste management. All plants and gardens that can be recycled, will either be donated or re-purposed.