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Lantern Festival: Magic Reimagined - Regional
All-new lighted works of art in the garden this summer celebrate the Garden's ongoing botanical research in China. The 22 sets are constructed using traditional materials including silk, wire and porcelain. Each set is accompanied by information detailing the design's tradition, symbolism, and meaning.
Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri 63110
AHS National Children & Youth Garden Symposium - National
NCYGS is the only national event of its kind where you can network with like-minded teachers, garden designers, community leaders, program coordinators, and others involved with connecting kids to the natural world.
111 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX 78701
(703) 768-5700 ext. 121
The International Master Gardener Conference - National
The "horticultural horizons in the heartland" themed conference includes more than 60 speakers, 10 garden tours, and a trade show. Located just 15 minutes from the Omaha, Nebraska airport.
Council Bluffs, Iowa
America In Bloom Symposium & Awards Program - National
SymposiumWelcome Welcome Welcome Schedule of Events Registration Hotel & Airport Info Symposium Sponsors Holland, Michigan, host of the September 24-26, 2015 America in Bloom Symposium & Awards Program, is an award-winning, all-American city that serves up the perfect balance of excitement and hometown comfort with a delightful Dutch accent. Founded by Dutch immigrants in 1847, Holland is located on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan. The city’s architecture and ambiance were modeled after its European namesake. While Holland showcases its Dutch heritage with pride – from windmills and wooden shoes to tulips and stroopwafels, it also offers a diversity and a vibrancy typically found only in larger cities. You can explore the historic downtown; experience public parks, floral gardens, sculptures, and restored Victorian-era buildings; stroll the environmentally conscious campus of Hope College; and visit Pillar Church, Holland’s first house of worship which survived the great fire of 1871. You will find many “best ideas” to take home. During the formal presentations, many inspirational and knowledgeable speakers will offer insight into what it takes to “plant pride,” including some who will share their thoughts on how Holland achieved its success.