Over a million flowers from Israel and 43 other countries go on display at the 10th International Flower Show which opened in Holon south of Tel Aviv Tuesday evening. Israel is being represented by 370 growers. The exhibition will remain open until the end of the Succoth festival. The show will have three pavilions and areas covering 16 acres, devoted to Israeli plants; an “exotic pavilion” housing unusual flowers from Africa and Asia, including a rare collection of orchids from Singapore; and a general world exhibit.
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