We invite you to the exhibition "Flowers and honey all year round" at the Eurasia Exhibition and Convention Center


The exhibition "Flowers and honey all year round" will be held from 14 to 19 August at the Eurasia Exhibition and Convention Center

Address: SPb, st. Captain Voronin, 13
Tel .: (812) 324-64-16

August 14, 2016 in St. Petersburg on the territory of the Cultural and Exhibition Center "EURASIA" there will be a solemn Celebration of the Savior of Honey and the opening 12th specialized exhibition-fair "Flowers and honey all year round".


The exhibition is supported by the Department for the Development of Horticulture and Horticulture of St. Petersburg, the Union of Gardeners of Russia, and the Gardener's House.
The celebration of the Savior of Honey, a significant and very beautiful Orthodox holiday, will be accompanied by lighting of honey, bee products and other traditional events.

Visitors will be able to purchase high-quality honey of the new harvest and beekeeping products (honey, bee bread, propolis, beeswax), which will be brought by honey producers from Karelia, Altai, Krasnodar, Bashkiria, Volgograd, Pskov, Voronezh, Rostov, Leningrad and other regions.

The exhibition will feature many varieties of phlox, peonies, gladioli, lilies, dahlias and many other flowers, including new ones, as well as planting material of fruit, ornamental and berry crops zoned to the conditions of the North-West region, indoor flowers, fertilizers, goods for gardeners.

In addition, you will be offered farm products, comfortable clothing and footwear for gardeners, and other consumer goods.

Traditionally, the exhibition hosts free seminars and master classes by specialists.

Exhibition "Flowers and honey all year round" will be open from 14 to 19 August
Working hours - from 11:00 to 19:00 (last day until 17:00)
Free admission

Conditions of participation in the exhibition (for exhibitors) download: Flowers and honey all year round - conditions of participation


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