People attend The Garden Show & Spring Festival in Beirut, Tuesday, May 29, 2012. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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The annual Garden Show and Spring Festival opened its 11th edition at the Beirut Hippodrome Tuesday, welcoming gardening enthusiasts to a week of workshops and plant browsing.More than a decade old, the Garden Show and Spring Festival has grown each year to become a Lebanese tradition.This year's festival hosts more than 250 exhibitors and approximately 24,000 expected participants, all intent on celebrating Lebanon's famed biodiversity and outdoor activities.The theme chosen for this year's festivities is Jounayne, meaning "garden" or "little paradise" in English. Organizers said they hope the Garden Show and Spring Festival is just that, offering a place of peace in the hectic buzz of city life. Garden Show and Spring Festival will be held at the Beirut Hippodrome from May 27-31, 5-11 p.m. daily.
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