Rushville Republican

Agriculture

April 20, 2013

April Gardening: Dig in

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RUSHVILLE — GARDEN SHOW CALENDAR

April 5-6 – Midwest Regional Daffodil Show hosted by Indiana Daffodil Society, Holliday Park Nature Center, Indianapolis, http://www.daffodilusa.org

April 6 - Monroe County GardenFair, Indiana National Guard Armory, Bloomington http://www.mcmga.net/gardenfair.htm

April 13-14 - Purdue SpringFest (including Student Hort Show and Bug Bowl), Purdue West Lafayette Campus, http://www.extension.purdue.edu/sfest/

April 14 - Boone County Gardenfest, Boone County Fairgrounds, Lebanon, http://www.bccn.boone.in.us/mg/

April 20 - Hendricks County “Gardening for All Ages,” Hendricks County Fairgrounds and Expo Center, http://www.hendricksgardeners.com

April 27 - Tippecanoe County Master Gardeners’ Garden Expo, Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds, Lafayette, http://www.tippecanoemastergardener.org/news.html

May 3-5 - Orchard in Bloom Garden Show, Holliday Park, Indianapolis, http://www.orchardinbloom.org/

May 4-5 - Indiana Gourd Society State Show, Boone County Fairgrounds, Lebanon, http://www.indianagourdsociety.org/

The Cincinnati Flower Show will return spring 2014. The Cincinnati Horticultural Society is planning several smaller garden-inspired activities in place of the larger show. Check the website in coming months for details on the 2014 show.

– Rushville Republican

 

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