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Symbolism of a bouquet
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SYMBOL & SENSITIVITY
SYMBOLISM OF A BOUQUET


As part of the "Symbol & Sensitivity" exhibition, the florists from the Parks, Gardens and Environment department of the City of Geneva, (SEVE) kindly provide the CJBG with beautiful flower arrangements displayed as part of the "Flower language" section.
Come and discover these magnificent bouquets along with the explanation of the symbolism surrounding these flowers.

To download the explanations (in French), please click on the pictures above.

Location:
Allée des Platanes

Date and time:
Every day from 26 May to 13 October.
From 8 am to 7.30 pm.