Friday, July 5, 2013

Photos from Nigeria's first Garden and Flower show..

Didn't get a chance to attend the first ever Garden and Flower Show in Nigeria? It held at the Banquet Hall of Oriental Hotel Lagos and had flower lovers and enthusiasts in attendance. Exhibitors had flowers and potted plants for sale and ornaments to match. It was a lovely laid back, fun and classy evening hosted by WJSeries and the Garden and Flower Club of Nigeria.

See more photos from the event after the cut...


Veteran Horticulturist Aunty Beryl Ediale and Dele Balogun
 

Delores Odogwu, Oghogho Asemota and Sharon Momoh
Mrs Fadake Adepetun, Mr Shola Adepetun Vice President, The Garden and Flower Club of Nigeria, Mrs Amanda Balogun Secretary The Garden and Flower Club of Nigeria and Mrs Winihin Ayuli-Jemide
Oghogho Asemota, Catherine Bickersteth and Winihin Jemide
Mrs. Beatrice Agama, Amanda Balogun and other guests

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Oh well......
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KayDiaries said...

Lovely

Anonymous said...

Beautiful

Shepherd said...

Good to know you lot got horticulturists down there too,I'm a huge sucker for flowers. Why the fuck do people keep telling me Nigeria is backwards? The only backwardness I noticed during my 2month stay in Abuja were the women with protruding back sides,every other backwardness I was fully prepared for(electricity,traffic,etc). Can't wait to get back there,Bless!

kate bassi said...

I love flowers......... really nice first ever!

Anonymous said...

Hey linlin. Please can you get me contacts from the flower show? I missed the event as I was out of Lagos. I reaLly wish to link up with one or two plant sellers. Thanks linlin. E mail me contacts please. Pheobe822001@yahoo.com. Thanks Lin. Enjoy yah trip but don't let those goons hijack you oooo...

Anonymous said...

nice one @ shepherd how does a protruding back sides insinuate backwardness.take it easy my dear cos you r nt the only one abroad.many folks abroad hv same.am proud of my pple all d way.write watever later u know wat .i no send u.

Emmanuel Oyelere said...

I love this!

Anonymous said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

Am a huge fan of flowers. It would be nice to learn some horticulture. Maybe like a crash course for two weeks or something.

Anonymous said...

So luvly, I love love flowers.

Anonymous said...

Nice but indoors? Maybe next year will be outside in the sun. Good show though.

Anonymous said...

Naija copy copy, Chelsea flower show. Why can't we create our own idea

Anonymous said...

I love flowers so much. So beautiful. I wish I was there. I hope they are affordable. What we need in Naija are nurseries where you plant beautifyul tropical plants and sell them to stores like the walmart equivalent so that Jane and John Does can purchase. You will be amazed how flowers can transform a neighborhood that looks battered.

Anonymous said...

Very beautiful and lovely too

Anonymous said...

Very beautiful and lovely too

Anonymous said...

Owo so so lovely man I love dis graden if freash alive.

patalex said...

Nice

Anonymous said...

@anon 2:36. U hv a very bad mouth..y can't u appreciate smfin. Wch one hv u invented let alone copying. Didn't u see its d first n our country. Idiot!!! God help sm ppl on ds blog. Mtcheeeeew!!!

Anonymous said...

Am a huge fan of flowers can't wait to hv my own house wia I cn plant wateva I want....landlords of nowadays dnt allow such in Nigeria.especially d troublesome ones like mine.lol

Anonymous said...

I'm proud of NIJA.....

Anonymous said...

How can I contact u

Anonymous said...

Nice one coming from Nigeria....I rep naija