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Ocean Park Presents ‘Spring Glory’ Wonderful Topiaries at 2006 Hong Kong Flower Show


(2 March 2006 – Hong Kong) To promote local horticulture and raise public awareness of nature conservation, Ocean Park will participate in the Hong Kong Flower Show 2006 organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department from 3 –12 March 2006 at Victoria Park, Causeway Bay.

With the title ‘Spring Glory’, the Park will present a flourishing scene of “Spring” by combining sea jellies, butterflies, fish, coral and waterfall at the exhibit. In addition, Dianthus, the theme flower of this year’s Flower Show will also be showcased in the composition.

Over 150 varieties of exquisite plants have been selected for Ocean Park’s landscape display and will be presented at the Ocean Zone and the Earth Zone. With the Jelly Fish Spectacular soon to be opened at the Park in April this year, the Ocean Zone will be decorated with beautiful sea jellies made of colorful Dianthus, Begonia and Balsam. A killer whale, tropical fish, and coral reef will be spectacularly created with Hydrangea. At the Earth Zone, tropical plants, water plants and ferns will form an amazing rainforest of breathtaking beauty. Two big butterflies made of Dianthus will be fluttering through the magnificent blooming flowers. Visitors can learn the butterfly life cycle through the butterfly display.

“Sea Jelly Spectacular” brochure will be available at the Flower Show introducing the soon to be opened Jelly Fish Spectacular at Ocean Park. For enquiries, please call 2552 0291. Website: www.oceanpark.com.hk.

About Ocean Park
Ocean Park is Hong Kong’s unique home-grown theme park with a heritage of delivering family fun and fond memories. Since its opening in January 1977 as a non-profit organization, Ocean Park has developed itself to be a world-class attraction connecting people with nature, and recognized for its animal husbandry, research and relationship with the community. Over 70 million people have visited Hong Kong's premier park since its inception and Ocean Park has remained committed to offer adults and children experiences that blend entertainment with education and conservation. Starting on 1 January 2006, part of the admission goes to Ocean Park Conservation Foundation, Hong Kong.