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San Francisco Flower & Garden Show

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2012 display garden created by Rock & Rose Landscape with Greenlee & Associates. Photo: courtesy SFFG show

[sidebar] San Francisco Flower & Garden Show

March 20-24, 2013
San Mateo Event Center


Now in its twenty-eighth year, this year’s all new San Francisco Flower & Garden Show, now in its twenty-eighth year, themed Gardens Make the World go Round, features twenty fully landscaped, dramatic display gardens created by the West’s leading garden designers and plantspeople. Discover the latest design and garden construction trends, gather new ideas in green living and garden-to-table topics, and explore Western Horticultural Society’s display of new and rare plants.

Shopping for choice succulents in the Plant Market. Photo: courtesy SFFG show

More than 300 prominent nurseries, growers, and outdoor living artisans, make shopping for unusual
and rare plants, orchids, and outdoor-oriented gifts a delight for garden enthusiasts. Plus, more than 70 seminars and workshops are included with the price of admission featuring experts in green gardening, design, and do-it-yourself topics like flower arranging, pruning, and more.

The Chef’s Stage is back by popular demand. Explore healthy, delicious, local, and organic ingredients with culinary greats like Annie Somerville of Greens Restaurant and other top Bay Area chefs as they share recipes, techniques, and cooking
demonstrations featuring our region’s edible garden abundance.


Whether you’re a beginning or experienced gardener, this year’s show provides something for everyone. Celebrate green living. Bring your camera and your friends and be prepared to be inspired!




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