In Pics: Feast your eyes at the Lalbagh flower show in Bangalore

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Bangalore, Jan 22: If you are still making your plans for the weekend, we suggest that you head out to the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, where the Annual Republic Day flower show is already attracting thousands of visitors.The flower show is on till Jan 26.

The flower show marks the 50th year of the Horticulture Department and hence the elaborate focus on kitchen gardening, fruits and vegetable structures made out of flowers.

A feast for your eyes, it has floral structures in the shape of fruits and vegetables like carrot, garlic, mango, mushroom and more. The center piece is a 18-foot floral pillar. Apart from this there are many stalls put up by the horticulture department where you can buy organce fruits and vegetables.

Here is a glimpse of whats in store for you at the flower show in Lalbagh.

Flowers galore at Lalbagh

If you love flowers then this is the place to be. The 199th Annual Republic Day flower show is a treat for your eyes.

18-foot floral tower greets you

The center piece at the Flower Show is a 18-foot floral tower made out of chrisanthamums.

Mr Garlic greets you !

The flower show has many vegetable structures made of flowers.

Its raining mushrooms!

Children and adults who were present at the Flower Show couldn't stop praising the work of the artists.

Its carrot attack in Lalbagh!

Structures like carrot, garlic, mushrooms greeted the visitors.

Orchids in full bloom

For those who are in love with orchids, a special section awaits where orchids of various variety awaits them.

Teddy Bear where had you been!

A giant teddy bear made of flowers stands tall in Lalbagh.

Floral treat

The authorities at Lalbagh are expecting close to four lakh people this year.

Mango season is here

Giant mangoes greet you with folded hands.

An entire stretch of visual treat

This year also marks the 50th year of the Horticulture Department.

Organic vegetables at your disposal

Apart from the flower show you can also purchase some organic vegetables and fruits at the Horticulture stalls.

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