This land art exhibition on the lawn right in front of the Botany Centre was put up by about 250 participants from schools and community groups, using natural raw materials such as branches, leaves and fruits, over a span of about 8 days. It is a prelude to the upcoming Singapore Garden Festival (SGF) from 7th-15th July.
It wasn't hard to see a few peacocks pieced together by these materials. The tail feathers were formed by overlapping fan palm fronds and they looked amazing. Catch this display by the end of the month before it is taken apart.