Newport Flower Show is this weekend

Posted 6/15/22

The Newport Flower Show returns for three days, from Friday to Sunday, June 17 to 19. This year's Flower Show will include:

A beautiful and lush central garden exhibit to honor longtime Presenting …

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Newport Flower Show is this weekend

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The Newport Flower Show returns for three days, from Friday to Sunday, June 17 to 19. This year's Flower Show will include:

  • A beautiful and lush central garden exhibit to honor longtime Presenting Sponsor, Bartlett Tree Experts. 
  • The Floral Design Division will once again charm visitors with floral designs inspired by the Show theme. 
  • Botanical Arts Exhibitors will present stunning designs of dried plant material with themes representing fantasy necklaces, a mini cover-up and serpents ready to strike. 
  • The popular Horticulture Division will once again ask beginner and skilled gardeners to bring their best plants and flowers cut from their gardens for judging and display. 
  • Enjoy a stroll through the Cour d ’Amour and view a garden exhibit highlighting the whimsy of Green Animals Topiary Garden.
  • As you exit the Show, leave time to enjoy the ocean views and shop in our Newport Mansions Store along with a small selection of curated vendors featuring garden-related items.

All proceeds from The Newport Flower Show are dedicated to the ongoing restoration and preservation of The Preservation Society of Newport County's 88 acres of gardens and landscapes.

For tickets and more information, visit: https://www.newportmansions.org/events/newport-flower-show

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