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World's largest indoor flower show to kick off

2010-04-14 02:09:32 GMT2010-04-14 10:09:32 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The Orchid flowers are prepared for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010. Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

A worker prepares the Bromeliaceae plants for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010. Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

Workers prepare the Bromeliaceae plants for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010. Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

Workers prepare for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010. Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

A worker prepares the Bromeliaceae plants for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010. Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts. (Xinhua/Wu Wei)

Workers prepare the Bromeliaceae plants for the upcoming 34th Ghent Flower Show in Ghent in western Belgium, April 13, 2010.

Ghent Flower Show, the largest indoor garden held every five years, will run from April 17 to 25 this year with the participation of over 300 exhibitors from 13 countries and districts.

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