A Spanish Serenade with Sunflowers

Gardens by the Bay brings you to the region of Andalusia in southern Spain. The floral display will feature Sunflowers and other famous Spanish garden blooms like pelargonium, and petunias.

Andalusian arts and culture like the flamenco dance add to the Spanish flavour of the show.


Native primarily to North and South America, sunflowers comprises nearly 70 species. Its name comes from the Greek word helios meaning “sun”, and anthos meaning “flower”, and its round flower heads look like the sun.


Petunias are of South American origin and are often found in flower beds, hanging baskets, containers and pots. They are prolific bloomers and come in just about every colour except true blue.

Interpretation of a Spanish courtyard garden, the famous Patio de las Doncellas (The Courtyard of the Maidens) of the Real Alcázar palace in Seville.


A cultural festival recognised by UNESCO that celebrates the unique patio houses of Córdoba.

A Spanish Serenade with Sunflowers
From now till 30 October 2022
Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953
Purchase your tickets here!

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore | lonelytravelog.com

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