If you live in Cincinnati, or will be visiting the city, consider attending the Cincinnati Flower Show, which will take place from April 13th to the 17th. Even if you’re not in the area or don’t have a trip planned, if you’re close by, think about paying the show a visit.
The Cincinnati Flower Show is an international celebration of fantastic flowers and fine foods. It’s a five-day adventure in floral design, lectures, and entertaining that’s paired gourmet cuisine, fun kids’ activities, and much more.
About the Cincinnati Flower Show
The 2016 Cincinnati Flower Show coordinators, in partnership with the Cincinnati USA Sister City Association, will again put on the annual show to give all ages a fabulous time viewing and talking about flowers. A General Admission ticket makes it possible for attendees to view imaginative landscape gardens in Horticulture Pavilions, discover flower-filled Dramatic Table Settings, make Creative Container exhibits, and admire bursting Window Boxes.
Guests can roam from exhibition to exhibition, delighting in all things flowers and getting plenty of ideas to take home for house or garden decorating. There will be an Amateur Flower Show highlighting the skills of local gardeners, and many celebrity guests will make appearances. An Artist’s Studio will present a thrilling gallery of nature-inspired art from artists of diverse backgrounds.
Something for Everyone
Whether you love landscape design, container gardening, crafting window boxes, or doing things with flowers that are completely different, you’ll be able to enjoy a memorable day at the Cincinnati Flower Show. Floral enthusiasts can attend a Lunch & Learn event, brides can get ideas for wedding flowers, foodies will be able to taste yummy treats at a Fine Food Show, and families even have the opportunity to enjoy storytime together.
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To find out everything that you can participate in at the show, we recommend you visit the Cincinnati Flower Show website.