The summer edition of the City of Sydney’s biannual Living Colour display is now underway for 8 weeks – featuring more than 100,000 plants.
The designs have been inspired by fashion trends for Summer, Living Colour Summer 2020 will be a floral representation of the catwalk in a stunning visual display.
Patchwork is one of fashion’s latest trends, overlaid to Living Colour it will allow for an eclectic mix of colours, textures and heights. Summer’s colour palette walks off the runway and on to Sydney’s streets, colours of the season are a range of bright and fruity primary colours, supported by pretty pinks and purples, warm oranges and an array of greens. This varied palette allows for a beautiful collection of floral and foliage species.
Plants used will include Begonias, Ornamental Chilli, Parsley, Petunias, Salvia, Sunpatiens, Sunflowers and Vincas.
Installations can be found at Alfred Street, Castlereagh Street, Cathedral Square, Green Square Library, Queens Square, Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, Springfield Gardens, Kings Cross, Martin Place, Taylor Square, Union Square, QVB and Town Hall.