On May 15, in Riga, an amazingly beautiful corner of Kazakhstan opens to celebrate the country’s 30th Independence Anniversary and Dimash Qudaibergen’s birthday. Dimash fan club in Latvia invites everyone to attend the event.
In June 2020, two new varieties of the unique royal flowers, evergreen “DIMASH QUDAIBERGEN” and deciduous “MIUANIZ”, were certified in Latvia in one of the largest European rhododendron nurseries Babite by efforts of Dimash Latvia Dears. The other variety is named after Dimash’s grandmother, Miua Nizamutdinova.
On May 15, 2021, as agreed with the author of the varieties, the lead breeder of the nursery, Gunita Riekstina, the main bushes will be planted in the central alley of the park.
Located in a pine forest on the outskirts of Riga, The Rhododendron Park is one of the most beautiful spots in the capital of Latvia. As told by the organization team, a corner of the Republic of Kazakhstan is going to be created with a composition of the unique flowers. There will be a plaque next to each breed with a description of the variety and information about who it is named after.
The Dimash Latvia Dears fan club and the nursery management invite everyone to visit this unique place on May 15 and witness the solemn event of planting rhododendrons in the presence of officials, in compliance with all medical and epidemiological norms.
Also, on the same day, another very important and unusual gift is being prepared by Dimash Qudaibergen’s fans.
Start of the event: 14:00
Address: “Rododendri”, Spilve, Babite parish, Riga district.
For all questions please contact:
Or direct in Instagram account @dimash_latvia_dears.
Babīte rhododendron park and nursery
Babīte nursery was founded in July 1980 and nowadays it is the only specialized rhododendron nursery in the Baltic States. Covering nearly 12 hectares, the park has the largest rhododendron collection in the region — 77 wild species and 239 created by breeders including 86 native varieties.
All Latvian cultivars are registered with the Royal Horticultural Society in the UK. Along with breeding, the nursery also carries out rhododendron research and selection and seedings
Every year, the park has more than 25 K visitors from all over the world.