Great architecture is an incontestable advantage, however, it is always worth varying its monumental character with some plants. In places, such as the biggest capitals, there is not always enough space for them, and so finding an alternative to traditional plantings can be the best solution here. Riga chose the Flower Towers, which quickly turned into a pyramid of flowers. Large, almost two-meter models decorate one of the local squares, nearby the Dvina River canal. In such a charming surrounding only flower decorations were missing – what is important, just after the end of pansy flowering season, the construction can be filled with summer plants. The colorful setting can last all year round - for the benefit of citizens and visitors.
The capital of Latvia – Riga has bloomed in spring. This time the city streets have been decorated with colorful pansies planted in the Flower Towers – five large constructions are set in a local square, bringing some nature into the surroundings. Riga is the biggest capital of all the Baltic republics. It is an administrative centre, but also a special treat for lovers of unique architecture – unusual because heterogeneous. It seems that the Art Nouveau buildings will never blend with medieval buildings…but it does not apply to Riga! This dynamic, diversified, bustling city conquers the hearts of guests from all over the world.