The success of the first show led to the second Winihin Jemide Series Garden and Flower Show (Nigeria@100 – Waste to Wonderful), held at the Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos, in July 2014, being staged as a bigger three-day event. This involved leading horticultural exhibitors from Nigeria and elsewhere, including Lebanon, Kenya, South Africa and Ghana, and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), one of the world’s leading agricultural research centres in finding solutions to hunger, malnutrition, and poverty.
The event included musical performances from the award-winning Nigerian performers Timi Dakolo and Bez and featured floral demonstrations by Kim Zimmerman of the South African Flower Union and food demonstrations by leading Nigerian chefs, Chef Fregz and Chef Obaseki. It involved many floral vendors exhibiting flowers, plants and plant-inspired items such as fabrics, wallpaper, stationery, crockery, aromatherapy products and home accessories. A central feature of the show was competitions in photography, essay writing, floral arrangement and stall design, all of which were judged by leading experts in these fields.