INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The Indiana Flower and Patio Show has arrived in Indianapolis for its 55th year, and tens of thousands of garden enthusiasts are expected to attend during the nine-day run.
The event will be held at the West Pavilion and Expo Hall at the Indiana State Fairground from this Saturday through Sunday, March 17.
This year's theme to the show is "It's Elemental!" All gardens featured at the show must incorporate the five basic elements of nature – Earth, wood, metal, fire and water, according to a release.
More than 40 exhibitors will be featured at the 2013 show. Featured displays include wind turbines, rain gardens, chicken coops with live chickens, wildlife habitats and an outdoor grilling display.
For more information, visit the show's website.
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