The Colorado Garden & Home Show features a Design Specialty Flower Show presented by the Colorado Federation of Garden Clubs (CFGC). This year’s theme is “Hats Off to Gardening”. The juried competition of more than 68 inspiring floral designs creatively showcasing artistic interpretation of games played by children and adults was presented in this year show. Feel free to read about the 2020 Show, 2021 Show Information will be released throughout the year.
The Colorado Garden & Home Show features a Design and Horticulture Flower Show presented by the Colorado Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. (CFGC). This year’s theme is “Hats Off to Gardening”. The juried competition of 36 inspiring floral designs, Botanical Arts and Educational Exhibits about related subjects in a creative artistic showcase portrays many objectives of the National Garden Clubs, Inc., their parent organization. (Conservation, Ecology, Education about Gardening, Floral Design, Civic Beautification, etc.) Gardening is one of the most popular hobbies in the US and many countries worldwide. There are many ways to enjoy gardening and celebrating this beautiful garden we call Earth! Humans everywhere can benefit from the gifts that gardening bestows on us, from the Trees gifting us oxygen to breath and absorbing our carbon dioxide, plants giving us food, clothing and protection and just the beauty and spiritual lift of the color green. We need to be thankful for our stewardship of this earth and the joy it gives us. Gardening together raises the spirit, excites the mind and promotes overall health. “Hats Off To Gardening”!
There are four Divisions: 1) Horticulture: “Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, How Does Your Garden Grow?”, 2) Design: “A Tip Of The Hat To Creativity”, 3) Educational: “The Master Gardener” and 4) Botanical Arts: “Clever Cat In The Hat”. Exhibitors will follow all rules and regulations from NGC and will be honored with top National Garden Club and CFGC State awards.
The Colorado Federation of Garden Clubs is dedicated to educating the gardening public with Flower Show Schools & Symposiums, Horticulture/Gardening, Landscape Design and Environmental Schools. Visitors are encouraged to use their creativity in trying fresh design approaches as well as a variety of new plant species in their gardens and home. For more information, please visit www.ColoradoGardenClubs.org