Grand Rapids Home and Garden Show Blooms Next Weekend

The flowers are ready to bloom. West Michigan’s largest Home & Garden show is back for its 43rd season!

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With 11 featured gardens, 5 free seminar stages and nearly 300 local businesses offering all the products and services you will need, all under one roof, this show is for you.

The show takes place at Devos Place. Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for children, and an adult multi-day ticket is $15. Buy tickets here for contactless box office and show admission.

Thursday March 3, 3-9 p.m.

Friday March 4, 12 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Saturday March 5, 10am-9pm

Sunday March 6, 11am-6pm

Win tickets to the Home and Garden Show

Saturday is family day. Children enter free until noon. There will be a pancake breakfast from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

A shopping section of the West Michigan Home & Garden Show features stalls selling garden accessories, plants, decor, art, and gifts. You can shop at West Michigan nurseries, artists and gift shops.

The meeting rooms of the Grand Gallery offer you a space to find a work of art for your home and accessories for your garden! The show will feature 300 local exhibitors.

A feature garden at the center of the show created by the Association of Landscape Professionals of Grand Rapids will be surrounded by 11 greenhouse gardens.

Headliner Kate Wert will help you get your house in shape with her seminar Organize outside the box. Plus, you can learn about design trends for 2022, how to harness renewable energy sources, and learn how to be successful with a DIY project.

The Garden Stage features experts from Meijer Gardens and MSU Extension. They will help you have your best lawn and landscape year!

The diva of canning, Diane Devereaux, headliner of the Garden to Table stage, shares her tips and tricks for stocking your pantry with preserves. Join Diane and other experts to learn how to grow, enjoy and store your own fruits and vegetables.

Cooking demonstrations every four days on the Williams Kitchen Studio cooking stage. Chef Angus Campbell gets creative with Turn your pantry into a dinner party; and chef Tommy FitzGerald makes hibachi meatballs with sesame coleslaw.

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