RUSSIA EXPO

04.11.2023–08.07.2024 MOSCOW, VDNH

MOSCOW, VDNH
04.11.2023–08.07.2024

“FUTURE IN FLOWERS” FESTIVAL

May 21, 2024 - July 08, 2024
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89 flowerbed expositions of all regions of the country! More than 100 million flowers, over a hundred floral expositions of regions, departments and state corporations, unique floral art objects are waiting for the guests of the RUSSIA EXPO. In the workshop “Future in Flowers” you can see the best achievements of Russian breeders: about 400 varieties of peonies, 140 varieties of lilacs, 120 varieties of irises, 250 varieties of roses, 30 varieties of dahlias and other flowers and plants of Russia.


You will be welcomed in the colorful lounge and strolling zones drenched in greenery, floral masterclasses, floral fashion show, lectures by the most famous breeders and fascinating quizzes for children.

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Region
All regions
Altai region
Amur region
Arkhangelsk region
Astrakhan region
Belgorod region
Bryansk region
Chechen Republic
Chelyabinsk region
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
Chuvash Republic
Donetsk People’s Republic
Irkutsk region
Ivanovo region
Jewish autonomous region
Kaliningrad region
Kaluga region
Kamchatka region
Karachay-Cherkess Republic
Kemerovo region
Khabarovsk region
Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Area — Yugra
Kherson region
Kirov region
Kostroma region
Krasnodar region
Krasnoyarsk region
Kurgan region
Kursk region
Leningrad region
Lipetsk region
Lugansk People's Republic
Magadan region
Moscow
Moscow region
Murmansk region
Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Nizhny Novgorod region
Novgorod region
Novosibirsk region
Omsk region
Orel region
Orenburg region
Penza region
Perm region
Primorsky Krai
Pskov region
Republic of Adygea
Republic of Altai
Republic of Bashkortostan
Republic of Buryatia
Republic of Crimea
Republic of Dagestan
Republic of Ingushetia
Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria
Republic of Kalmykia
Republic of Karelia
Republic of Khakassia
Republic of Komi
Republic of Mari El
Republic of Mordovia
Republic of North Ossetia-Alania
Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Republic of Tatarstan
Republic of Tuva
Republic of Udmurtia
Rostov region
Ryazan region
Saint Petersburg
Sakhalin region
Samara region
Saratov region
Sevastopol
Smolensk region
Stavropol region
Sverdlovsk region
Tambov region
Tomsk region
Tula region
Tver region
Tyumen region
Ulyanovsk region
Vladimir region
Volgograd region
Vologda region
Voronezh region
Yamalo-Nenets autonomous area
Yaroslavl region
Zabaykalsky region
Zaporozhye region
Flower
All flowers
Adams' rhododendron
Alpine Bearberry
Alpine aster
Caucasian rhododendron
Cloudberry
Common yarrow
Crowberry
Daurian rhododendron
Edelweiss
Fern
Fernleaf peony
Flax
Great burnet
Komarov’s lotus
Kurai
Lingonberry
Lotus
Lungwort
Marya's root
Pansies
Rhododendron mucronulatum
Salvia
Schisandra
Schrenck’s tulip
Sea holly
Siberian iris
Siberian pine
Snowdrop anemone
Steppe Sage
Venus slipper
Veronica
  • Alpine Bearberry. Kamchatka Region

    From late spring to mid-autumn, the plant life of Kamchatka astounds with its multitude of colors and diversity. The geographical location of the peninsula, its humid oceanic climate, and active volcanism influence its formation. The bright, delicate, and resilient flowers of Kamchatka withstand cold sea fogs, extreme temperatures, and strong winds. One of the symbols proving the vitality of Kamchatka’s nature is the Alpine bearberry.


    The scientific Latin name Arctous alpina (L.) Niedenzu comes from the Greek Arctous, meaning "northern". This low-growing deciduous shrub, standing 10–50 centimeters tall, is found in the vast tundra and on the rocky slopes at the foot of volcanoes. The resilience of this little brave northerner is highlighted by Kamchatka botanist and researcher at the Kronotsky State Nature Reserve, Maria Otkidach.

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  • Purple loosestrife. Sverdlovsk region

    The king of Ural herbs is the purple loosestrife "Blush" (Latin: Lythrum salicaria). In folklore, this plant is also called "weeping herb." In the "Book of the Dove," Russian spiritual verses from the XV century, it was written that "the weeping herb is the mother of all herbs."


    This plant was endowed with magical and healing powers, and quarreling friends would come to make peace with this flower. Crosses made from purple loosestrife were believed to ward off evil forces and protect from arrows, bullets, and swords. People would hang these crosses above doors and windows to keep evil out and prevent nightmares. The stem of the weeping herb, cut at dawn on the eve of Ivan's Day (summer solstice), was used as a talisman by treasure seekers.


    Purple loosestrife was also used to predict the weather. Half an hour before rain, the plant would "start to cry." In reality, this "intelligent" plant sensed moisture in the air and released excess liquid. You can check this phenomenon while strolling in the most famous nature park in the Sverdlovsk region, "Deer Streams."

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  • Creeping jenny. Moscow region

    Creeping jenny, moneywort or twopenny grass (Lysimachia nummularia) is an amazing sprawling perennial plant with round leaves resembling coins and golden-yellow flowers. Creeping jenny is one of approximately two hundred species of the Lysimachia genus.


    In Russia, the plant was known as "meadow tea" and was used as an herbal tea. Additionally, its leaves were once used to produce a dye for coloring fabrics yellow.



    The plant thrives in moist, shady places, typically growing in forests under the tree canopy, on floodplain meadows, and along the banks of lakes and ponds.

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  • Red clover. Vologda region

    The composition of the Vologda region at the RUSSIA EXPO uses meadow clover, decorative flax, junipers and other plants. Their color palette coincides with the main colors of the region: red and white. These are symbols of fire, the sun, as well as a symbol of revival, a symbol of earthly life, fertility, love, continuation and protection of the family, warrior and manhood, amulet.



    Red (meadow) clover belongs to the legume family. Its international botanical name is Trifolium pratense.  Translated into Russian, it means "three leafed". This name was given to the plants because of the characteristic structure of the leaves: in all species of clover they are trifoliate. It is very rare to find a four-leafed one among the triple leaves. According to folk legend, such a find should bring good luck.

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  • Flax. Ivanovo region

    Flax is a plant that has been the mainstay of the region's economy and life since ancient times. At the beginning of the XX century, the textile industry began to develop on a large scale. Flax was grown in these lands as the main raw material for fabrics. Clothes, porridge, seeds for salads, garden plants - flax had a wide range of uses.


    Now a new stage in the industry is emerging with the use of technology and the forgotten raw material — flax. Flax growing and flax processing is a priority for the development of the agro-industrial complex of the Ivanovo region. It helps the economic cluster to resume the work of textile industries that use flax as a raw material.

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Expo News
28.05.2024
The "Future in Flowers" festival awaits you at the RUSSIA EXPO

More than 100 million flowers, over a hundred floral expositions of regions, departments and state corporations, unique floral art objects are waiting for guests of the RUSSIA EXPO at the "Future in Flowers" festival. 

Expo News
24.05.2024
Floristic journey "Future in Flowers"

The RUSSIA EXPO invites everyone to the excursion route of the "Future in Flowers" flower festival.

Expo News
19.05.2024
The page of the Future in Flowers festival has been opened on the RUSSIA EXPO website
A section dedicated to the Future in Flowers festival has been added to the RUSSIA EXPO website. From May 8, visitors will be able to find out which plants have been chosen as symbols of each of the 89 Russian regions.
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