San Francisco Flower and Garden Show is Next Stop

Featured speaker badge webIf you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area on March 16, I hope you’ll stop by the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show.

That’s the next stop on my Blue Ribbon Vegetable Gardening book tour.

I’ll be presenting “How to Grow Prizewinning Produce” at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon and signing books right after the talk.

If the Northwest Flower and Garden Show was any indication, large crowds of gardeners will turn out to see what’s new in garden design, garden art, plants, gardening materials, and supplies. The show covers more than five acres, so wear comfy walking shoes!

There are also over 100 speakers, from 11 states, presenting free seminars on five stages during the show’s run from March 16-20. This event is conveniently located at the San Mateo Event Center, just south of the San Francisco airport. I’m delighted to be included in the lineup at one of the top garden shows in the country.

“How to Grow Prizewinning Produce” is geared to any vegetable gardener who wants to grow picture-perfect produce — whether for competing or just eating. I hope to see you there!




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Have fun! I was at the Philly show this past Saturday. The theme was “Explore America”. It was a celebration of 100 years of the national parks system. The displays were fantastic.

Thanks for the good wishes, Mike. The Philly show sounds fabulous, and I’d love to see it one day. The theme of the Northwest Flower & Garden Show was “America the Beautiful” and the parks system was celebrated there, too. All the red, white and blue displays were so clever.


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