A Flower Show About to Bloom

A Flower Show About to Bloom

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Theme

Cincinnati Flower Show, presented by Edyth and Carl Lindner, runs April 21- April 29 on a beautiful Lake Como, at Coney Island. It traditionally attracts more than 55,000 visitors from all over the country and abroad, and it is recognized as one of the country’s top events of the year. It is the only show in North America to ever receive the official endorsement of Great Britain’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and the only show in the world to feature awards from both the RHS and the American Horticultural Society. In celebration of its 18 years of unparalleled horticultural success, the Cincinnati Horticultural Society looks into the future with this year’s new theme, “Play in the Dirt.”

Exhibits

In all, the show will feature over 40 exhibits, presenting outdoor gardens, such as landscaping, hedging ponds, professional floristry and dramatic table settings. Visitors will be able to view and to experience the different displays and to participate in various events during the show. In addition, there will be panel of horticultural experts available for the “Askflower_a.jpg the Experts” program that will answer questions about the challenges or goals you face in your personal garden. Visitors will find inspiration among the myriad of gardens, plants and floral arrangements. Many new varieties of plants will fast become the new favorites for your own garden, front yard or patio. Designs form miniatures to grand landscapes.

What’s New in 2007?
Going Green: Sustainability is on everyone’s lips this year. In 2007 Cincinnati Flower Show will take one more step into the future and will undertake the environmental challenge. Six highly renowned Ohio organizations will come together to create an outstanding backyard garden
exhibit that will inspire an audience embracing the elements of a sustainable lifestyle. This “Garden of the Future,” in tune with nature, will include a façade of a “Green House,” with a green roof, that offers a unique opportunity to recreate a natural habitat with a highly practical function of planning for a flower_c.jpggreener future.

Fine Food Show: On the other side – just imagine – crispy bread sprinkled with specialty oils, savory and fine gourmet cookies, rich and exotic chocolate bites, golden honey and a delicious cup of coffee. Yummy. No, you won’t be sitting in the top restaurant of the world; you will be at the Cincinnati Spring Flower Show. A unique journey into the world of international cuisine, this fantastic event will run concurrently with the first three days of the Show, on April 21, 22 and 23, 2007. During these three days, the visitors will be amazed to discover the specialty foods available to consumers around the world and the cornucopia of food arrangements, from meats and cheeses, to preserved fruit and vegetables, from pasta and desserts, to olive oils and wines will sure to tempt every food coinsurer out there to try some of the bites.

DIFM

We’ll show how it’s done, while introducing those who know how to do it best – check out our “Do It For Me” exhibition that has ideas you’ll want to see.

To get more information about the show dates and times, visit the show's Web site at www.cincyflowershow.com or call 513-872-9555.

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