There will be demonstrations, lectures, and presentations from local and regional experts; plants, bulbs, flowers, and seeds available for sale; soil testing by the Cornell Cooperative Extension; a Garden Cafe; and much more.
Partial proceeds from the show benefit Wildwood Programs, which serves individuals of all ages with developmental disabilities, complex learning disabilities, and autism.
This is an event not only for garden enthusiasts, but anyone who wants to escape winter for a taste of spring!
Floral Design Competition The centerpiece of the show is the annual Floral Design Competition, which features approximately 100 amazing and amusing exhibits presented by area professional floral designers, garden club members, and amateurs.
First, second, and third place winners in 12 categories are selected by an expert panel of judges. Ribbons are awarded for Best of Show and Most Creative. Show attendees can vote for their favorite floral design through 1pm on Sunday.