This year's fair, which is Istanbul's fifth international Flower Show, aims to introduce a number of brand new products to the sector including frozen live plants, coconut shell planting options for soil-free agriculture as well as a number of indoor plants which provide some of the world's largest fruits, known also for their ability to emit drinking water on its leaves.
On opening day, it was the 11-meter high 100 year-old Madagascar Traveling Palm, which is the world's biggest interior plant that drew the most attention. Lilacs, which hold high cultural significance for Turkey, were also the stars of the fair on opening day. A particular series of lilac bulbs, which through a very unique system can be grown in water rather than in soil and fertilizer, especially drew visitors' attention.
In addition to presenting an extensive variety of botanical plants, all materials necessary to produce and grow plants are also on offer. In particular, a variety of organic fertilizer, known for its quality and yield as well as its special characteristic of containing worms, drew in interest from the crowds on opening day of the Istanbul Flower Show.
This is a translation of an article originally written by Nurdeniz Erken.
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