Donell Heberer Walton, executive producer, HSI Show Productions and Maggie Goeglein, executive director, Fall Creek Gardens have details about Indiana Flower and Patio Show plus share details about the new Urban Homestead Exhibit.
New show features
• "It's Elemental!" – The garden's theme… each garden must represent one or more of 5 essential elements of nature: wood, fire, water, earth & metal.
• Urban Homestead Exhibit – A 10,000 square foot exhibit showcasing an urban "green" home & yard. Intended to educate on the various ways to start living a "greener" lifestyle in your homestead.
• Grill University— Learn about materials, burners, sizes, and specifics on what makes outdoor grilling different and how you can customize what you and your family eat daily.
Recurring show features
• Over 25 showcase gardens full of fresh spring flowers and greenery, firepits, water features, outdoor kitchens, patio furniture and pavers… all with a different entertaining theme.
• Everything you need for your outdoor space… grills, tools, hot tubs, landscape lighting, mulch, yard decorations, fertilizers, pavers, stone, water features, patio furniture, shade umbrellas, etc.
• A kids playground area to let kids blow off some energy, with plenty of seating for adults to catch a break.
• A full food menu, wine, beer, and full bar, so you can wind down as well.
Adults = $12
Children 12 & under = Free
Seniors 65+ = $8 on Senior Day Monday, March 11
Discounts - $3 off downloadable coupons online
$3 off discounted advance sale tickets available at all central Indiana Marsh locations
$12 advance tickets online come with a free 1-year
Subscription to Better Homes & Gardens Magazine.
Hours - Mon - Sat: 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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