Popular Philippine Festivals Featured in Los Baños Horticultural Society Show

Popular Philippine festivals such as Pahiyas, Panagbenga,Niyug-Niyogan festival, Flores de Mayo, Kadayawan where featured in several landscape exhibits at the Los Baños Horticultural Society show held in Senior Social Hall within University of the Philippines, Los Baños Laguna province.

Panagbenga festival

There were over 60 stalls and the show also had a mini-trade fair which sells popular treats from the province.

There is also an active participation from Department of Tourism region IV.

Centerpiece landscape exhibit was executed by the team of ARID N’ AROIDS (Sir Boyet Ganigan, Dr. Jae Silvestre) and ACLCM LANDSCAPING SERVICES (Designed by: Alvin Razon Chingcuangco) which showcases specimen sized ornamental plants, dyckia, bromeliads, tillandsia and foliage plants.

centerpiece landscape

The ribbon cutting ceremony was held at on April 4, 2019 past 3:00 pm with dozens of members, guests and important personalities.

opening

The show also had commercial section where one can buy popular house plants, ornamental plants, orchids, bougainvilleas, pots, garden mixture, annuals, herbs, ferns, cacti, succulents, carnivorous plants, tillandsia, bromeliads, hoyas, fruit trees and others.

Mr. Fernando Aurigue Jr. is the special guest of honor

Recognition

Mr. Fernando Aurigue Jr. was given a plaque of recognition for distinguished scientist award and one of the special guests of honor at the opening of Los Baños Horticultural Society show.

first place landscape exhibit ( Niyog-Niyugan festival)

Try to visit some of the stall holders like Ms. Ann Valenezuela which also had plant stall located at Robelle Garden Center in Calamba City.

Contact : 09193473826

masskara festival

The show is until April 15, 2019 with minimal entrance fees of Php 25 general public and Php 20 for students, senior citizens and people with disabilities with valid identification.  The exhibit opens from 8:00am to 6:00 pm .

pahiyas

Note: Special “Thanks” to Ms. Mary Anne Gatoc Fabale, Arid’s and Aroid and Ms. Ann Valenzuela for the photos.

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