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Ghana Garden and Flower Show launched

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The Ghana Garden and Flower Show began in 2013 with 14 exhibitors. It has since grown to about 140 exhibitors.

The Garden and Flower Show is to create awareness among Ghanaians the commercial, aesthetic and health benefits of having gardens and flowers in homes, offices, etc.

The annual gathering of garden enthusiasts is enjoying a remarkable growth in both public interest and size.

The 2021 edition of the Ghana Garden and Flower Show promises to help “green thumbs” keep their gardens looking amazing throughout the year.

Organizers are hoping to engender an attitudinal change in Ghanaians towards floriculture and horticulture by promoting a greener, cleaner, healthier, and more beautiful Ghana.

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