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Nashville Lawn & Garden Show
Spring returns with the beloved Nashville Lawn and Garden Show March 2 – 5
The Nashville Lawn and Garden Show has inspired generations of gardeners and plant lovers with its live, indoor garden spaces. Creatively constructed patios, pergolas, water features, landscapes and containers of bright flowers serve as motivation for green thumbs – and those who would like to learn. The juried competition among gardeners determines Best of Show and several other awards, including the Show Theme Award presented to the gardener who best reflects the year’s theme. The region’s most talented floral designers compete for top recognition among their peers with their breathtaking arrangements, and show attendees are invited to vote for the People’s Choice Award. In 2023, gardeners and floral designers are encouraged to depict “Sounds of Spring” in their creations.
Lectures and workshops, free with admission, teach topics from attracting bees, butterflies and birds to how to grow specific flowers and plants. Experts from across the region share their knowledge and provide keys to success. Shoppers enjoy 200 vendor booths filled with garden décor, plants, flowers, lawn equipment, farmhouse crafts, bird and bee houses, and more. Free trees, seeds and advice are plentiful throughout the Show. Several dozen community non-profits host tables providing knowledge and information about historical gardens, wildlife, organic and sustainable farming, horticultural topics, and more.
2023 Featured Beneficiary
Historic Nashville City Cemetery & Arboretum Founded in 1822, the historic Nashville City Cemetery is the final resting place of Nashville founders and early residents, both black and white. It is Nashville’s oldest outdoor museum. The Nashville City Cemetery Association, Inc., is a membership organization that works to protect, preserve, restore and raise public awareness of the Nashville City Cemetery in collaboration with the Metro Historic Commission and Metro Parks.
$11/Seniors (65+) and Military w/ID
$2/Children (Under 12)
$25/4-Day Show Pass
Discount for groups of 15 or more
Please note: The Fairgrounds Nashville charges a $5 parking fee. This fee is not included in ticket purchase. Shuttle service is provided from all parking lots to the show entrance. Parking for persons with handicapped placards / tags is located near the show's main entrance. There is no parking fee for handicapped patrons.
401 Wingrove Street, For GPS, use 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203(Neighborhood: Wedgewood-Houston)
Parking is generally $5 but can be subject to change with certain events. Parking attendants and security personnel direct public parking. Handicapped parking is in designated areas close to the expo buildings and is always free for those with a handicap placard or tag.
Visit HERE to learn about parking for large trucks, trailers, and RVs.