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VA Flower & Garden Show Jan 20-22nd, 2012

The 2012 Virginia Flower & Garden Expo returns to the Virginia Beach Convention Center Jan. 20-22, in the Commonwealth’s most comprehensive event of its type. The Expo promotes horticultural education for everyone from professionals to the weekend enthusiast.The 2012 Virginia Flower & Garden Expo returns to the Virginia Beach Convention Center Jan. 20-22, in the Commonwealth’s most comprehensive event of its type. The Expo promotes horticultural education for everyone from professionals to the weekend enthusiast.
This year’s theme is “Creating The Beautiful Tomorrow.”

Show Director Laurie Fox says, “We’re very excited about our show returning to early in the calendar year. The timing is ideal as that’s when most people begin planning their landscapes and thinking of their flower gardens. More than a hundred vendors, exhibitors and displayers provide guests countless ideas and products they can use to help create the beautiful tomorrow of their own.

"The  big difference this year is that it’s not a home and garden show anymore. It’s a flower and garden show," show director Laurie Fox said. "It’s all green, all horticulture-focused."

image“It’s the one time each year when Hampton Roads residents can get information on virtually every aspect related to flowers and gardening, at a single climate-controlled location. Experts and knowledgeable professionals will be there to discuss plants, plans, products and practices,” Fox adds.

Ten landscape companies plan spectacular indoor demonstration gardens based on the show’s theme, "Creating the Beautiful Tomorrow!"

Pick out your favorite horticultural plans for your spring garden as you browse landscape displays, spectacular floral displays, a European-style flower market, garden speakers and demonstrations, an art show by local and regional artists and over 100 garden vendors, exhibitors and displayers. .

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