This Easter weekend, Tai Kwun In Bloom returns to the Parade Ground bringing beautiful botanicals, eco-conscious vendors, and events for a celebration of nature and sustainability.
For its third edition of “Tai Kwun In Bloom,” an elegant floral extravaganza will be held at the Tai Kwun Parade Ground this Easter weekend until the 10th of April, 2023. Experience the heritage building fully in bloom in a celebration of sustainability with eighteen handpicked local brand partners, engaging workshops, botanical-inspired bites, and whimsical Instagrammable photo spots.
Merging extravagance and sustainability, visitors will be immersed in eco-friendly living at the flower show sourced locally and made from upcycled materials. The featured glowing flower installations are made from 121kg of upcycled plastic, or about 8,463 plastic bottles.
Aiming to reduce installation wastage by up to 90%, over 95% of the festival’s fixtures are designed to be reusable and will be transformed into home fixtures after the event for local families in need. All flowers and plants will also be available for adoption or given away to local NGOs by the end of the market.
The Hong Kong-owned brands who will be attending the market include florists, botanical stores, lifestyle, and food and beverage (F&B) businesses. Joining the plethora of floristry boutiques will also be a maker of hand-dyed fabric flowers for those seeking long-lasting decor to brighten up their home.
Explore a variety of eco-friendly and cruelty-free plant-inspired lifestyle goods, and food products made from local farm products.
Not only peruse the extravagant arrangements on display, but also browse the F&B vendors at the market such as local bakery Solight Studio, kombucha brewer Fruitable Hong Kong, and LoCoFARMS, for a delectable visit.
For those seeking a more interactive visit, there will be a Mounted Rabbit’s Foot Fern Workshop held by bonart, PAP Studio’s Glass Mosaic Vase Workshop, White Porcelain Bowl Painting with different flower gods at Touch Ceramics, a Tai Kwun x Yiwooo Bamboo Crafting Workshop, and Tai Kwun x Fruitable Hong Kong Kombucha Workshop.