This two-day festival features activities, information and plants for enthusiasts of all experience levels. Selby Gardens will be decorated with displays from gardeners from across the state. Receive help and demonstrations from plant and horticulture experts throughout the weekend.
Sponsored by a grant from the Women’s Exchange, this year’s festival will feature a visual and performing arts selection, titled, “The Art of Plants.”
Cost is $12, free for members, $5 for member guests and free for children ages 11 and younger.
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