Enter a world of perpetual spring, where unique plants bloom
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.
Usher in a prosperous Lunar New Year with family and friends as Gardens by the Bay celebrates Spring with its first floral display of 2017 - Dahlia Dreams!
Be greeted by the auspicious, gilded hues of yellow, orange and red Dahlias (大丽花) and Begonias (秋海花) as you step into the crisp climate of the Flower Dome. Take in the beautiful sights while strolling through the Chinese garden inspired landscape, complete with a three-tier pagoda, a pavilion, moon gates, and even intricate sculptures of adorable chickens to welcome the Year of the Rooster.
Adding to the festive ambiance and bringing an innovative twist to tradition is the projection mapping depicting scenes of Lunar New Year celebrations -a first for the floral displays at Gardens by the Bay!Find out more
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.
Before leaving the Flower Dome, stop and learn about the lifecycle and pollination of the Baobab and Banksia trees. Have hands-on fun with the interactive wall and discover how the little things we do affect nature.
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!
How does the Flower Dome maintain its cool temperatures? Air is cooled at the lower occupied zones through chilled water pipes in ground slabs, while warm air is vented out at the top.
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