Cyclamen Display at the Floral Showhouse

Cyclamen Display at the Floral Showhouse

Floral Showhouse, Niagara Falls

January 13, 2024, to March 3, 2024

Discover the Magic of the Cyclamen Display at the Floral Showhouse

Step into a world of botanical enchantment as the Cyclamen Display returns to the Floral Showhouse from January 13 to March 3, 2024. Banish the winter blues and immerse yourself in the vibrant hues of burgundy, pink, and magenta cyclamen flowers that promise to infuse warmth and joy into the chilly season.

Escape the Winter Blues: Embark on a visual journey through the North and Centre Houses, where the Cyclamen Display will showcase the delicate beauty of cyclamen flowers. After a three-year hiatus, this event is back to captivate your senses and create a picturesque escape from the frosty winter outside.

Admission Information:

  • $8 per adult
  • $5 per child (2 & under are free)
  • Included in Niagara Parks’ season passes and bundled attraction packages

Theme: The Heart of Resilience This year's Cyclamen Display revolves around the theme "The Heart of Resilience," celebrating the enduring qualities and remarkable resilience embodied by these beautiful plants. Be prepared to be uplifted by the vibrant colors and inspiring theme that define this year's exhibit.

Enchanting Design: Wander through an exhibit adorned with pink wintery floral trees and hanging lanterns, perfectly complementing the natural beauty of the cyclamen. The display is carefully curated with a blend of kalanchoe, cordyline, colocasia, dypsis, blue star ferns, and tropicals, creating a harmonious and rejuvenating atmosphere for your winter escape.

Join Us for a Winter Escape: Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a flower lover, or someone seeking a delightful winter escape, the Cyclamen Display at the Floral Showhouse is an event not to be missed. Let the vibrant colors and intricate designs transport you to a world of floral wonder.

Mark your calendar, bring your family and friends, and immerse yourself in the beauty of cyclamen at the Floral Showhouse.