You are cordially invited to one of the most charming, hospitable and popular garden shows on the east coast.

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The Garden MarketPlace

Perennials • Annuals • Herbs  Roses • Trees • Container Gardens • Native & Heirloom Plants • Shrubs • Statuary Arbors • Trellises • Urns  Tools • Birdhouses • Floral Supplies • Garden Apparel  Books • Original Garden Art  Ornamental Iron • Outdoor Tablecloths

And that's just the beginning! There's much, much more!

The Garden Cafe Delectable creations from the area’s favorite caterers!

Nancy's Fancy's Cakes & Catering

Personal Attention
Our members will help carry purchases and assist with directions.

Plant Clinic - Free Advice!

Visit the Master Gardener booth where trained horticulturists will be on hand to assist you!

Wonderful Door Prizes
Great items from vendors given away hourly throughout the event!

Mezzanine Exhibits

Table Top Competition Are you looking for fresh, creative ideas for entertaining? Then look no further than the mezzanine where both casual and formal decorative table settings will be on display to inspire your imagination. For more
information, please contact Washington County Virginia Extension Office at 276-676-6309. Deadline for entries is Friday, April 1st.

Photography Exhibit Frank Renault, Virginia and Florida Master Gardener, has captured the beauty and majesty of the natural world in a spectacular collection of photographs.

Visit additional exhibits sponsored by the American Chestnut Foundation and other horicultural organizations.

Hand Tool Sharpening New on the lawn! Bring small gardening tools to Master Gardener Ricky Perez for expert sharpening.
Donations accepted!

Upper Tennesee River Roundtable Rain Garden Tour

Visit the Upper Tennessee River exhibit to sign up for the Rain Garden Tour on Friday the 22nd, from 3:30 to 5:00pm. Tour rain gardens in Abingdon and discover how to add this landscape feature to your yard. The tour will feature gardens installed by the Upper Tennessee River Roundtable in partnership with other agencies and the Town of Abingdon. Limited to 24 participants.

Presentations & Workshops

Enjoy a variety of expert speakers and topics: Trash or Treasure, Weird Weather Patterns: Prepare Your Landscape, What's Ailing Your Plants, Moss in the Landscape, Must Have Plants for the Garden, Landscape Mistakes: How to Avoid or Correct Them, Hardy Camelias: Will They Work for You?, Growing Micro-Greens Workshop, Understanding Hellebores: Lenten Roses, Pressed Flower Workshop, Gardens of Southeast England: Canterbury to Cornwall, Crescent Flower Arranging

For questions concerning presentations or workshops, please contact wcmgrdn@gmail.com


Presented by and benefiting
The Washington County Virginia Master Gardeners

A program of the Washington County Virginia Cooperative Extension

Generous Sponsorship by:

Bristol Herald Courier
Soft Rock 98.5 WTFM
Washington County News
Kroger's of Abingdon, VA

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