Roseau, Dominica: Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, invited the general public to the Flower Show and Market Fair at Giraudel/Eggleston.
The Flower Show was started on Saturday, May 27, 2023, and is scheduled to be ended after a week on Saturday, May 30, 2023.
As per the update by the government of Dominica, the Flower Show has been themed “50 Years and Still Blooming.”
Prime Minister Dr Roosevelt Skerrit shared the update on social media and mentioned, “The Giraudel/Eggleston Flower Show and Market Fair opened on Saturday under the theme, ‘50 Years and Still Blooming’.”
Furthermore, it invited the general public and asked them to see the beautiful flowers and plants displayed. It is worth mentioning that during this market, the public will be able to purchase the available items of their choice.
“Visit the Flower Show site to view the beautiful displays and purchase your flowers and plants,” he outlined.
In conclusion, his social media post added that the Flower Show and Market Fair runs until Tuesday, May 30, from 10 am to 8 pm daily.
This year, the Ministry of Tourism, along with the government of Dominica, has proudly announced the completion of the glorious 50 years of the Flower Show and the Market Fair. The Flower Show has been entertaining people since the year 1973.
The Flower Show and Market Fair is known to showcase the floriculture tradition of the communities living in the two regions of the small island beautiful country of Dominica – Giraudel and Eggleston.
The Show has been the main attraction because of its effective and unique way of showcasing exotic floral displays, landscaping and gardening. It is also renowned for being a retailed exhibition of the harvest of flowers and plants.
This beautiful, mesmerising and beautiful festival was celebrated last year after a long break caused because of Hurricane Maria. The Tourism Ministry and various tourism authorities have anticipated that this year the colourful flower festival will attract a large number of flower and plant enthusiasts, generating income resources.