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Over 150 varieties of flowers will be displayed across the 240 acres.

A floral replica of Jog Falls is also being created.

The horticulture department believes Lalbagh derives its name from a collection of red roses that bloom in the garden all year-round but oral histories have other theories.

The glass house will turn into a 21-feet floral replica of Kuvempu’s house and school in his home town in Shivamogga district.

The arrangement takes up over 10.5 lakh flowers and around 100 skilled workers to build.

It became a government botanical garden soon after.

In 1874, when British poet Edward Lear visited Lalbagh, he called it the ‘Kew of India’, comparing it to the world’s largest botanical garden located in London.

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