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6 Expoflora 2022 environments you need to know

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The Landscape and Decoration Exhibition is one of the attractions of Expoflora 2022, which takes place from 2 to 25 September, from Friday to Sunday, from 9:00 to 19:00, in Holambra, inside São Paulo.

In all, 18 environments were created for the enjoyment of professionals, students and the general public. The projects that enhance the integration of man with nature, with fauna and flora reveal trends in decoration, mark the launch of flowers and ornamental plants and bring creative and sustainable solutions in the creation of spaces of conviviality and contemplation with the nature. .

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So if you are curious to get to know some of these created environments up close, stay with us. In this post we will share 6 Expoflora 2022 environments that are part of the Landscape and Decoration Exhibition. Take a look and get inspired!

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Discover 6 rooms of the Expoflora 2022 Landscape and Decoration Exhibition

Landscape designers, architects, decorators, agronomists, among other professionals, put all their talent, knowledge and imagination into the creation of 18 environments for the Expoflora 2022 landscape and decoration exhibition. Expoflora 2022. Take a closer look at the characteristics of each project.

1. Oriental garden project

The Jardim Oriental project, inspired by oriental culture, seeks to honor the people who have had great relevance in the dissemination of knowledge and the cultivation of flowers and ornamental plants in Brazil. The environment is divided into three spaces: the bonsai garden, the water mirror with waterfall and colored carp, and the Buddha area.

In all, about 150 plants were used in the environment, with particular attention to the shades of green, red and red. Among the plants there are bonsai, one of which is even centenary, the red ficus and the choupala (living enclosure). In the Buddha area, antique furniture, decorative vases, cattail baskets, Japanese lanterns, illuminated spheres and outdoor sconces complete the decor with comfort and personality.

2. The oriental garden is characterized by the presence of a body of water with a waterfall and colored carp.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professionals involved in the Jardim Oriental project: Cléia Thomazini (architect, urban planner, landscape designer and decorator) and Orpheu Thomazini (architect and urban planner), both of Mogi Mirim; Anderson Marchi, (lagista and landscape architect), of Cosmopolis, and Valentino Soares (producer), of Holambra.

3. Oriental garden: about 150 plant seedlings were used in this environment.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

2. Life in the Garden Project

The Vida no Jardim project portrays a family-friendly environment and encourages contact with nature in the backyard. The entire space was designed with easy-to-execute architecture, using low-cost materials, such as eucalyptus wood, in the pergola which has a sisal rope roof. Even the furniture made with demolition wood marks the identity of the project.

In all, around 200 units of 20 different species of flowers and ornamental plants were planted on site, including red and pink alpinie (rarer), maranta cigar and dionela. It is also worth remembering that most plants are tropical and have large, broad foliage, as this type of plant holds more water in its roots, reducing the need for constant watering.

The outdoor area includes a barbecue with wood oven, a large wooden deck with a round table, a two-seater swing and a fireplace. For the hottest days, the bamboo shower guarantees a refreshing bath.

4. The outdoor area consists of a social space and shade plants.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professionals involved in the project: Paula Brito (landscape architect) and Marcos Caberlini (furniture contractor), both from Campinas.

5. The garden was designed with easy-to-build architecture and low-cost materials.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

3. Love plan for sowing

The Semeando Amor project was created to honor and honor this sentiment, from different perspectives. No wonder the leaves used in this project’s landscaping are shaped like a heart. In all, about 500 plants have been planted on site, among the species present are: cyclamen, anthurium, tangled hearts, kalanchoe, caladium, peperomie of the rain and cactus. Ceramic lamps, cushions and a comfortable puff complete the decor.

The project also pays tribute to loved ones who died in the pandemic, thus honoring the love that still remains. On the spot, people can also post heart-shaped post-its on the wall with love phrases.

6. The environment was created to worship love in all its forms.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professional manager of the Semeando Amor project: Cintia Rua (agronomist and landscape architect), from Vinhedo.

7. About 500 plants were used to create this environment.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

4. Project living garden

The Estar Garden project has as its main objective that of bringing the characteristics of a living room into the garden. Using specific furnishings for the outdoor area – such as the low table that uses forest residues and the sofa, designed by the designer Ibanez Razzera, which has an internal aluminum structure; base and feet in wood and water-repellent fabric, you can comfortably enjoy the outdoor area.

The mural technique – painting performed directly on the wall steals the attention and brings foliage of different colors, making it possible to have a garden even for those who do not know or do not want to grow real plants.

In the garden, 11 species of foliage and flower beds have been planted, all perennials, of different shapes and shades, with a predominance of shades of green and wine. Begonias, peace lilies, variegated portulacas are part of the project. Draining floor that allows the passage of rainwater, ecological fabrics and furniture with certified wood also mark the identity of this project.

8. Muralism: the painting on the wall stands out in the environment.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professional manager of the Estar Garden project: Mauro Contesini (agronomist and landscape architect), from Vinhedo.

9. The furniture invites the user to pleasant moments.  Photo: Tiago Simas

5. Project Inclusion: a new look at the landscape

The “Inclusion: a new look at the landscape” project aims to promote a new look at the landscape, focused on inclusion. In this way, the space seeks to align well-being and elements that favor the development of children and adolescents with specific and special educational needs.

The space created stimulates, through contact with nature and sustainable educational toys, all the senses: hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste.

The toys chosen encourage the development of fine motor skills, strength and balance, such as the climbing triangle with slide. Non-toxic plants were chosen for the landscape project in order to ensure the safety of children and pets. Most of the plants are native including impatiens, pansies, and begonias. In addition, suspended and accessible gardens, made with pallets, facilitate the interaction of children and adults. In turn, the sound of water falling from the vase to the water mirror and the singing of birds stimulate the senses of hearing.

10. Space stimulates all the senses: hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professionals involved in the project Inclusion: a new look at the landscape: Isabela Corbo (biologist and landscape architect, from Pedreira), Stella de Wit (occupational therapist) and Isaías dos Santos (craftsman), both founders of OllyToys, from Holambra.

11. Non-toxic plants have been selected in order to guarantee the safety in the circulation of children and pets.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

6. Project arid garden

The Jardim Árido project, which prioritized easy-to-grow and low-maintenance plants, used different textures and colors of cacti, succulents and echeveria combined with anigozanthos (kangaroo paw) and cuphea bluebells.

The cacti have been chosen because they are “purifiers” of the environments and the water they hold symbolizes our emotions and feelings. Succulents, known as the “guardians of the house”, symbolize protection and safety.

On the wall, the geometric painting is performed with mineral paint – ecological paint, odorless and which allows the wall to “breathe”, preventing mold, peeling and bubbles. Two fountains, created by the overlapping of vases, pallet benches and the armchair made from the foot of an old sewing machine, portray sustainability and the constant search for the reuse of materials.

12. The pallets were used for the construction of benches.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Professional manager of the Jardim Árido project: Carla Dadazio (architect and landscape architect), from Valinhos.

13. The professional combined different colors and textures of cacti, succulents and echeverias.  Photo: Giuliana Lazzarini

Now that you have seen 6 of the 18 environments of the Landscape and Decoration Exhibition of Expoflora 2022 up close, visit our blog and read now the text “20 NEW Flowers and Ornamental Plants launched at Expoflora 2022” and discover exclusively which plants are were launched again at the fair.

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