Save These Gardening Dates:February/March 2017 Flower Shows & Garden Festivals

What’s not to love about flower shows?

Horticultural societies around the country are getting ready to kick off gardening season 2017 by transforming local convention centers into stunning display gardens and mini-landscapes. Gardening enthusiasts can venture to these wells of inspiration and get a peek at the latest gardening trends without braving rain, sleet or snow. And really, there’s no need for green thumbs — just make sure you’re wearing your walking shoes when you go. Prepared to be dazzled and inspired by fabulous gardens and displays, plus there’s typically demonstrations, lectures and great shopping.

 

Here’s a look at some of the top flower shows and garden festivals around the country.

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The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. March 11 – 19, 2017. Holland: Flowering the World. This year’s show celebrates Holland’s floriculture at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The Washington Post calls the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show a “perennial pleasure.” The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the world’s oldest and largest indoor flower show, with 33 acres of inspiration for gardeners and non-gardeners alike. According to conference organizers, “walking the entire 33 indoor acres of the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show at a leisurely pace takes about 3 hours and covers approximately 2 miles.”

Northeast

Connecticut Flower and Garden Show. Feb. 23 -26, 2017. Connecticut Convention Center. One of the largest and most prestigious flower shows in New England, this year’s theme is “Woodland Enchantment,” with 20 gardens created by landscape professionals displayed over an acre. Twenty gardens fill more than an acre, created by professional landscape designers and nonprofit organizations, and include naturalistic, low maintenance and organic gardens.

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Southeast

Charleston

Midwest

Media courtesy of the Chicago Flower & Garden Show

Media courtesy of the Chicago Flower & Garden Show

Northwest

Southwest

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