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Malaysian garden to be featured at RHS flower show

by webdev

March 24, 2011

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) hosts an annual show in Chelsea, London, that is said to be one of the most famous flower shows in the world. It takes place from May 24-28 and will exhibit gardens and techniques from all over the world. 

One unique display will be presented by Tourism Malaysia, where the country will be able to show off the beautiful plants unique to the region, according to ETurboNews.com. There are many rare buds to be found in the tropical setting and visitors will be able to catch a glimpse of these blossoms and may even have the chance to buy flowers that are equally exotic.

This year, the garden will be designed by James Wong and David Cubero, who are largely responsible for the success of Tourism Malaysia's garden last year, which won Gold at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Last year, the plot was modeled after a traditional village, but this year the designers are planning to echo the jungle wilderness and cultural architecture of the Malaysian Archipelago.

"This year’s design will be a modernist re-envisioning of the 'courtyard pool,' a traditional Asian architectural design feature which uses sheets of water and lush planting to act as a natural air-conditioning system," Wong told the news provider.

 

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