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This year's Lebanese Flower Market in Beirut Souks was inaugurated Thursday afternoon, with organizers hoping to encourage city dwellers to green Beirut's concrete streetscapes. The annual market, launched in 2016, offers local vendors and nurseries a venue to sell their plants, and gives visitors an opportunity to learn how to handle and care for them. Last year, the market was complemented with workshops dedicated to informing people about proper plant care, while the 2018 market is limited to stalls selling local and foreign plants.More customers are expected over the weekend, and the market will remain open through April 30 .
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