Botanist Alex Gromov says he’s always wondered why plants are always dying.
He was inspired by a couple of gardeners who were in search of new plants for their garden.
Now, they’ve turned their efforts into an international competition.
The event, called Botanism, is taking place in the city of Bordeaux from Feb. 26-March 1.
Gromovic, a botanist based in Bordeau, France, says the botanical festival has become the biggest botanical show in the world.
“We’re not talking about a show, we’re talking about the art, and it’s a way to express our passion and our love of plants,” he said.
The festival is held every two years.
In 2014, it attracted more than 4,000 visitors.
This year, the competition will be held in the southern city of Cannes.
The festival will feature over 60 exhibitors and a host of botanical artists.
There are over 1,300 botanical species and more than 200,000 plant varieties.
The Botanistic Exhibition will also be celebrating its 150th anniversary.
The competition is open to people from all walks of life, with more than 1,000 artists invited.
Gromov, who is also the artistic director at the French National Botanical Garden, says it’s important to be diverse in a world where so much diversity is under threat.
“There are certain places where it’s difficult to grow and certain places that are very beautiful,” he explained.
“In other places it’s easy.
In these two cities, we can show how we can create new plants and create new experiences in this beautiful city.”
There are two competitions each year, one for gardeners and the other for conservators.
The first will be taking place at the Botanique Flight in the town of Bordes.
The competition will feature more than 500 plant varieties and 3,500 plant species.
The second competition will take place in Cannes.
It’s an art show where botanists will be able to display and sell their work and the winning plants will be donated to the city.
In the event of a tie, it will be determined by the number of entries.