Almost half a million flowers will decorate Sochi for the winter season

Almost half a million flowers will decorate Sochi for the winter season

Source: Sochi Administration

360 thousand seasonal flowers and 130 thousand bulbs will be planted to decorate the resort on an area of ​​about 10 thousand square meters.

«When creating new landscape compositions, plants are selected in such a way that they do not interfere with the growth and development of each other, do not change the composition pattern, harmoniously fit into the overall landscape,» said Alexander Kilgankin, Director of the Department for Environmental Protection, Forest Park, Agriculture and Industry of the Sochi Administration.

When planting, such types of flower crops will be used as Brassica Song Bird, about 30 varieties of viola. Forget-me-nots, daisies, primroses, seaside cineraria, small-flowered cyclamen, as well as bulbous crops with different flowering periods will also appear on the flower beds of the resort.

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