Florarium will soon bloom in a new way. Within three years, more than 200 plant species were presented in the greenhouse, most of which are exotic. Visitors saw how noni, coffee, cocoa grow in a nutrient without soil, as well as how strawberries bear fruit, cucumbers, tomatoes, pineapple, loofahs, lagenaria and even watermelon ripen. During this time, passionflower, pomegranate, basil, whitefeldia, brugmansia myrtle, cobea and other plants bloomed in the Florarium.
The plants have grown and it's time to transplant them into more convenient containers, giving birth to new species. The park's agronomists have already cut coffee, ficuses and cherimoya, transplanted banana, cut passiflora, ficus, black pepper, mint, epipremnum and philodendron. Works with plants will take place until the end of March, and from April Florarium will reopen.
Florarium is a unique experimental greenhouse in the form of a funnel. Here the plants are growing in aerial environment without soil — it is called aeroponic system. In this case, the nutrients to the roots come in the form of a solution.