ALMERE, Netherlands: Floriade opens in the Netherlands on 14 April 2022. The AIPH-approved World Horticultural Expo will welcome 33 countries whose pavilions and stands will focus on the Expo’s theme – Growing Green Cities.
To date, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, China, Comoros, DR Congo, Germany, Ecuador, Ethiopia, France, Ghana, Italy, India, Japan, Yemen, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Nepal, Sudan, Suriname, Thailand, Chad, Turkey, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and South Korea have confirmed their participation.
Talks with an additional seven countries are underway, most probably resulting in a booth or pavilion. At the same time, Floriade organisers announced that Bhutan, Indonesia and Russia will not participate in the Expo.
The country’s pavilions are now quickly taking shape. Over the past few weeks, plots have been handed over to Belgium, India, Luxembourg, Nepal, Thailand and Turkey. China, France, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Thailand, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates set up their camp.
Belgium, Italy and Nepal kicked off the construction of their pavilions this week.
Japan’s Satoyama Farm Garden has made Floriade history by being the international entry to be ready. In the pavilion and its surrounding gardens, Floriade visitors will learn how Satoyama’s themes are seamlessly fit the Expo’s “Growing Green Cities” theme.
From 14 April to 9 October 2022, Almere will be the stage for the world horticultural exhibition Floriade Expo 2022. Dutch horticulture will present innovations and solutions for sustainable and liveable cities with national and international partners. Cities’.
The expo site is located a short distance from Amsterdam and directly on the A6 with a view of the Almere skyline.
For more information, visit www.floriade.com