About one million flowers will be planted in Sochi

About one million flowers will be planted in Sochi

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The city has increased funding for compensatory landscaping by 5.5 times. With these funds, 1,500 new trees, 6,000 shrubs and 400 palm trees will appear in Sochi.

- It is planned to plant about one million flowers. Already, the total area of ​​Sochi's flower gardens is approaching one hectare, the city administration reported.

By the end of the year, seven corners of Sergei Venchagov will be restored in Sochi, in his world-famous landscaping style. The compositions in the square of the City Assembly and near the Organ Hall have already been restored. Work is nearing completion at the Forest Corner in Komsomolsky Square. In the near future, work will begin in the "Festivalny" square and the Garden of Russian-Japanese Friendship, before the end of the year - on the Pervomaiskaya street.

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