5 Reasons You Should Check Out This Year’s Dakota Garden Expo
It's finally going to look a little bit like SPRING.
You'll have to go inside though. The Dakota Garden Expo is coming this weekend at the Bismarck Event Center. This two-day event will take place on Friday from 3 pm to 8 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm at the Bismarck Event Center in the exhibit hall.
This year's event will include over 100 plus vendors that will feature the best products, services, and resources available to avid and weekend gardeners alike.
This year's show will have plenty to do and see.
Exhibits and activities include:
Greenhouses & Nurseries
Landscapers & Groundskeepers
Home, Lawn, and Garden Décor and Equipment
CSA’s and Organic Products
Healthy Living Products & Services
Pride of Dakota Items
Much, Much More
Bismarck Event Center
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5 Reasons you can't miss this year's Dakota Garden Expo.
#5 You can will lots of prizes! including an electric Snapper lawnmower from Performance Equipment. The first 150 in the door each day will even receive a free pine tree. Lot's of ways to win.
#4 It's very affordable for the family to attend. It's only $5 dollars per person or $3 dollars with a non-perishable food item that will go directly to the Great Plains Food Bank. Kids 12 and under are FREE. Bring the whole family out.
#3 Creative ideas for your backyard. You will be amazed at some of the things you will be able to do with your garden and backyard after attending this year's show.
#2 Plants GALORE. Oodles and oodles of plants from Runnings and Baldwin Greenhouse.
#1 Tons of seminars from NDSU Extention. Including growing fruit trees in your backyard, planting the right trees in western North Dakota, vegetable gardening tips, growing delicious fancy vegetables, cover cropping and composting, spring lawn care tips and so many more.
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