Opening Highlights of the Philippine Plant Festival 2019

Plant lovers, garden hobbyists, celebrities, students, bloggers and media attended the successful opening of the Philippine Plant Festival 2019 within the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City.


Mrs. Remedios Rodis-Santelices


Tribu Sampaloc festival dancers

The mood was festive with dancers , drum beaters and colorful dress by members and invited guests. The opening started around past 3:00 pm with the opening messages, ribbon cutting ceremonies and tour within the landscape and commercial booths.


Tribu Sampaloc drum beaters


officers,members and invited guests of honor


members, guests and media


board of directors, members and winners of the exhibit pose for a souvenir shot


Mr. Boyet Ganigan, Marvin Agustin and Mr. Noel Vincent ” Botchie” Canicula


Mrs. Jennica Garcia- Uytingco and Mr. Noel Vincent ” Botchie” Canicula


catering services was provided by Ms. Baby de Leon


Mr. Marvin Agustin and Mr. Boyet Ganigan

Big winners is Ms. Mary Ann Gatoc Fabale and Alvin Chingcuangco


Celebrities and Visual Artists Show Support at the Philippine Plant Festival 2019

Local celebrities like Ms. Ai Ai Delas Alas, Mr.Albie Casiño, artist/ entrepreneur Mr. Marvin Agustin, Jae Cuenca and other visual artists.

Rare and Exotic Plants will now be in a GALLERY together with PAINTINGS, ART INSTALLATIONS and the like.

Ms. Angel Locsin , Mr. Jericho Rosales and Mr. Erik Santos will also have their exhibits.


It was conceptualized by a group of artists. Collecting unique plants should be showcased and premiumized together with their works.

Aside from local celebrities, bloggers and vloggers also showed support by partnering with the Philippine Plant Festival 2019 organizers and bringing updates on their respective social media platforms.


Do not forget to mark your calendar from January 25 to February 5, 2019 and the venue is within Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center in Quezon City.

Do not fall victim to Fake News and False Information that the venue of the event , moved elsewhere.

photo courtesy of Mr. Boyet Ganigan and Director Claudio Mariscal