• Lectures, Demonstrations, Workshops

  • Garden Marketplace

  • Little Sprouts Activity Center

March 11-15, 2020

Seaport World Trade Center, Boston

Inspiring Landscaped Gardens

Dozens of Floral Designs

Edible Gardening

Inspiring Landscaped Gardens

Dozens of Floral Designs

Edible Gardening

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Book Signing with Bryan Rafanelli

*An Important Update about the 2020 Boston Flower & Garden Show: The Show Will Close Tonight, March 13th at 6pm

As a result of the ongoing health concerns from the spread of COVID-19 in the region, The Boston Flower & Garden Show will close at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 13, 2020. The scheduled show days of Saturday, March 14 through Sunday, March 15 have been cancelled.

“We are taking this unprecedented action to help protect our attendees, exhibitors and all participants from COVID-19,” said Carolyn Weston, Show Manager of The Boston Flower & Garden Show.

“Because ‘the show must go on’ is part of our DNA, the decision to cut the show short didn’t come easy. Our focus remains with the health and well-being of all those involved in this enduring event. We have already been in communication with our exhibitors and partners and thank them for all their support and contributions,” Weston added.

The decision to close the show early was made in consultation with The Seaport World Trade Center.

The Boston Flower & Garden Show is about inspiring, educating and motivating the region’s gardeners. Whether for curb appeal, backyard, kitchen, rooftop or community garden, this is where New England’s green lovers and families go to discover new ideas while having fun. Our customers and employees are our highest priority.

We hope everyone stays safe during this time and thank you for your understanding over the course of the last week.

Sincerely,
The Boston Flower & Garden Show Staff

The Boston Flower & Garden Show is about inspiring, educating and motivating the region’s gardeners. Whether for curb appeal, backyard, kitchen, indoor, rooftop or community gardens, this is where New England’s green lovers go to discover new ideas while having fun with family and friends.

Colorful life-sized gardens and vibrant floral designs incorporate the newest design elements, examples of the popular and healthy food gardening trend ideas for adopting sustainable gardening practices and air-cleansing indoor plants. Included will be small-space gardens, homesteading hobbies, edibles-as-ornamentals and family and pet-friendly spaces for outdoor relaxation and entertaining.

This year’s Show theme is “Garden Party: Celebrating Friends & Family”. There’s nothing more important than time spent connecting with the precious people and places in our lives!  At this year’s show, we’ll celebrate outdoor living and interior plantscapes that inspire us to spend time with the ones we love.  Explore plant families, including the beauty of “black sheep” and “everyone’s favorites”, as well as ways of connecting with each other through our love of nature and gardening.

*An Important Update about the 2020 Boston Flower & Garden Show: The Show Will Close Tonight, March 13th at 6pm

As a result of the ongoing health concerns from the spread of COVID-19 in the region, The Boston Flower & Garden Show will close at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 13, 2020. The scheduled show days of Saturday, March 14 through Sunday, March 15 have been cancelled.

“We are taking this unprecedented action to help protect our attendees, exhibitors and all participants from COVID-19,” said Carolyn Weston, Show Manager of The Boston Flower & Garden Show.

“Because ‘the show must go on’ is part of our DNA, the decision to cut the show short didn’t come easy. Our focus remains with the health and well-being of all those involved in this enduring event. We have already been in communication with our exhibitors and partners and thank them for all their support and contributions,” Weston added.

The decision to close the show early was made in consultation with The Seaport World Trade Center.

The Boston Flower & Garden Show is about inspiring, educating and motivating the region’s gardeners. Whether for curb appeal, backyard, kitchen, rooftop or community garden, this is where New England’s green lovers and families go to discover new ideas while having fun. Our customers and employees are our highest priority.

We hope everyone stays safe during this time and thank you for your understanding over the course of the last week.

Sincerely,
The Boston Flower & Garden Show Staff