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Connecticut Flower & Garden Show “Rhythm and Blooms”

February 24 - February 27


Please join us for “Rhythm and Blooms” at the 40th Annual Connecticut Flower and Garden Show

After not having a State Flower Show in 2021, the Federated Garden Clubs of CT Flower Show Committee is hard at work gearing up for a great 2022 show, “Rhythm and Blooms,” and hopes that you’ll join in the excitement.  The show is part of the Connecticut Flower and Garden Show at the CT Convention Center in Hartford, CT, and opens on February 24 at 10 a.m. and closes on February 27 at 5 p.m.

To see hours and the full schedule of events and to register, go to www.CTFlowerShow.com.

The show offers over 12,000 square feet of beautiful design, horticulture, botanical arts, and photography competitions with entries from members across the state – all themed “Rhythm & Blues.” As you step into the Exhibition Hall, you will be welcomed by more than a dozen live gardens in full bloom created by professional landscape designers and nonprofit organizations, including naturalistic, low maintenance, native, containers, epic tomatoes, vegetables, organic, herb, and pollinator gardens.

The show also offers a nonstop schedule (free with admission) of over 80 hours of seminars and demonstrations presented by horticulturalists, landscapers, and industry professionals. Always popular are the hundreds of booths of displays, activities, shopping: artisans, handcrafted gifts, fresh flowers, plants, garden ornaments, metalwork sculptures, herbs, bulbs, seeds, fertilizers, soils, gardening books, patio furniture, lawn and garden tools, equipment and more.


February 24
February 27
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Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc.
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CT Convention Center
100 Columbus Blvd
Hartford, CT 06103 United States
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Stonington Garden Club
P.O. Box 385
Stonington, CT, 06378
The Stonington Garden Club's objective is to educate and encourage interest in the environment, conservation, community projects and to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening.