With spring just around the corner (fingers crossed) it’s time to revamp your gardens. I never really got into flowers or gardening until I moved to Boston and lived in a concrete city. In the past five years I have found a newfound appreciation for flowers and plants. When the trees start to blossom I feel like the stars have aligned.
Anyway, this weekend is the last two days of the Boston Flower & Garden Show. I’ve never been to one of these so I can’t give you first-hand experience of what to expect, but after some research I can tell you there will be: 30 landscaped gardens, demonstrations, garden teas, competitions, lectures, and retail vendors. This year’s theme is “A Feast for the Senses.” On Sunday, at 11:30 a.m. Patti Moreno of Gardengirltv.com will host a lecture on Urban Sustainable Living.
The show is hosted at the Seaport World Trade Center and tickets cost $20. The weather tomorrow is suppose to be in the high 30s, so we might as well pretend it’s spring somewhere, right?