The 2011 Boston Flower & Garden Show will be running from the 16th – 20th of March. This year’s theme for Boston Flower & Garden Show will explore the each facet of one of the most common and enjoyable gardening trends around “A Burst of Color: Celebrating the Container Garden”. The flower and garend show supplies a day out that all the loved ones can enjoy with a wide range of activites and web sites to exploare and get pleasure from. The annual event is widely acknowledge as one of the flower and garden highlihgts bringing gardeners from acrros the country and frutherafiled to share a typical interest. Garenders of all ages and levels of experiecnce are welcome.
Container gardening has exploded out of the humble window box to grow to be the hottest way to add vibrancy, warmth, and drama to any size space be it a gourmet harvest in a suburban side yard or a fresh focal point for a mature landscape. In addition to these elements the popularity of container gardeing has also been feuled by the ‘simplistic’ methodology that it needs, which in turn makes the strategy or approach appealing to gardeners of all levels and experience in line with the benifits previoulsy noted.
This year’s show will focus on this common trend by mixing examples of the endless creative possibilities of containers into all of its gardens and unique displays.
Each garden will feature at least one considerable container of some type (formal urns, topiary, raised beds, built-in planters, ceramics, vertical gardens, unusual items re-purposed as containers).
A non-judged Container Garden Invitational Display will feature container entries by invited expert florists, nurseries, landscapers and horticultural non-profits.
Lectures and demonstrations will offer planting guidelines and style suggestions for fruit, vegetable and ornamental containers.
In addition to these elements, you’ll find hundreds of new goods to buy, over 48 hours of lectures and demonstrations on diverse gardening topics, cutting edge designs by expert florists and the region’s top amateur floral arrangers and horticulturists assembled in a vibrant display by the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts Inc.
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