RI Flower Show 2013

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The Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show; Celebrating 20 Years, Presenting the Food and Wine Festival

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<ul><li><p>American Deer Proofing has been servicing Rhode Island for over 10 years. We offer winter and summer spray programs designed to reduce damage to your trees, shrubs </p><p>and flowers cause by deer and rabbits.Our unique eco-friendly formula is </p><p>also available for retail sales. Everguard Deer &amp; Rabbit Repellent concentrate is easy to mix. Just add water and apply </p><p>with a sprayer. Once dry, the spray will stay on your plants through rain and snow. Our ready to use is great for smaller shrubs and flowers and saves you time, just shake and spray.</p><p>Makers of:</p><p>Welcome to the 2013 Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show</p><p>SHOW SPECIAL!20% DISCOUNT</p><p>ON ALL RETAIL PRODUCTS</p><p>We are exhibiting in Booth #402We will be happy to answer any questions you have about deer proofing your plants.</p><p>For more information on our products and services, call or visit us at: www.deerproofing.com 567 Liberty Lane, West Kingston, RI 401-792-8900</p></li><li><p>flowershow.com The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show | 3</p><p>Rhode Island Convention Center1 Sabin Street Providence, RI 02903 </p><p>flowershow.com</p><p>Show DirectorMaury Ryan</p><p>ManagerLenore Glancy</p><p>Ticket CoordinatorKaren E. Brol</p><p>Media/Public RelationsMarketplace Manager</p><p>Bruce Newbury</p><p>Garden DesignerChuck Carberry </p><p>Celebrating 20 Years!</p><p>Publishers Barry Fain, Richard Fleischer, John Howell Publish-ing Director Jeanette St. Pierre Executive Editor Julie Tre-maine Special Projects Manager John Taraborelli Art Director Karli Hendrickson Associate Editor Grace Lentini Assistant Art Director Meghan H. Follett Advertising Design Director Layheang Meas Graphic Designer Veatsna Sok Sales Coor-dinator Ann Gallagher Account Managers Louann DiMuccio-Darwich, Ann Gallagher, Nicole Greenspun, Dan Schwartz, </p><p>Chelsea Sherman, Kimberly Tingle, Jessica Webb</p><p>Providence Media1070 Main Street, Suite 302Pawtucket RI 02860 401-305-3391www.providenceonline.com</p><p>Copyright 2013 by Providence Media, All rights reserved. Printed by Gannett Printing.</p><p>The Rhode Island Spring Flower and Garden Show is a breath of fresh air literally. From February 21-24, the RI Convention Center is transformed into a botanical para-dise filled with display gardens, vendors selling indoor and outdoor goods for the home and talks and demonstrations from renowned lo-cal and national personalities.This year, the Flower Show pres-</p><p>ents the Food and Wine Festival. Daily from 1-6pm, sample food from local restaurants and wines from across the country. Chefs give live cooking demonstrations, and </p><p>foodie celebrities will be signing cookbooks. In addition, the Flower Show includes fun childrens activi-ties and a bookstore by Westerlys Other Tiger.Tickets to both events can be pur-</p><p>chased at www.flowershow.com, or at local AAA branches. Flower Show tickets are $19/adults, $16/students and seniors, $7/kids. An evening dis-count is available. Food and Wine tickets are $20, at the door and must be purchased separately for entry. Visit www.flowershow.com for more information. All informa-tion is subject to change.</p></li><li><p>The Garden of Hope was first introduced at the Flower Show in February 2012through the joint efforts of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation,</p><p>Tranquil Water Gardens and Earth &amp; Water.Please visit us again this year!</p><p>Once you choose hope, anything is possible- Christopher ReeveGarden Design &amp; Implementation by Joe Mack &amp; Craig Marciniak</p><p>The GardenThe Gardenof Hopeof Hope</p><p> Winner of the RI Spring Flower and Garden Shows2012 Peoples Choice Award</p><p>Horticulturaltherapy Program</p><p>Our HeroesAnnual Survivor Fashion Show</p><p>Planting The Seeds of HopeSaturday, May 11, 2013 | Doors Open At 5pm</p><p>Rhodes On The Pawtuxet, Cranston, RI</p><p>Save The Date:</p><p>The GG Foundations statewide Garden of Hope program promotes healing and relaxation, providing serenity for breast cancer survivors and patients. Horticultural Therapy is a time-proven practice to</p><p>help heal mind, body and spirit.Gardening improves mobility, strength and endurance.</p><p>www.GloriaGemma.org</p><p>For Tickets And More Information, Call 401-861-Hero (4376)www.GloriaGemma.org</p></li><li><p>The Garden of Hope was first introduced at the Flower Show in February 2012through the joint efforts of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation,</p><p>Tranquil Water Gardens and Earth &amp; Water.Please visit us again this year!</p><p>Once you choose hope, anything is possible- Christopher ReeveGarden Design &amp; Implementation by Joe Mack &amp; Craig Marciniak</p><p>The GardenThe Gardenof Hopeof Hope</p><p> Winner of the RI Spring Flower and Garden Shows2012 Peoples Choice Award</p><p>Horticulturaltherapy Program</p><p>Our HeroesAnnual Survivor Fashion Show</p><p>Planting The Seeds of HopeSaturday, May 11, 2013 | Doors Open At 5pm</p><p>Rhodes On The Pawtuxet, Cranston, RI</p><p>Save The Date:</p><p>The GG Foundations statewide Garden of Hope program promotes healing and relaxation, providing serenity for breast cancer survivors and patients. Horticultural Therapy is a time-proven practice to</p><p>help heal mind, body and spirit.Gardening improves mobility, strength and endurance.</p><p>www.GloriaGemma.org</p><p>For Tickets And More Information, Call 401-861-Hero (4376)www.GloriaGemma.org</p></li><li><p>6 | The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show flowershow.com401-782-1270 895 Liberty Lane West Kingston, RI</p><p>Catalog: cat.hollyridgeonline.com www.hollyridgeonline.com Call us for a free estimate </p><p>Check out FB for weekly specials </p><p>Customer friendly Great selection of large treesMasonry/Stonework Deer spray programs &amp; solutions </p><p>Take Home Your New Garden!Full Landscape Design &amp; Construction Services At Our Retail &amp; Wholesale Nursery</p><p>Please Visit Our Showroom8194 Post Road, North Kingstown 294.4494 www.wickfordkandb.com</p></li><li><p>flowershow.com The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show | 7</p><p>Bartlett Tree ExpertsThe F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Company is celebrating its 106th year in business, and invites you to experience the dominion of the beech, a tree integral to the wildlife and ecology of many older New England backyards, at its display garden Fagus: The Story of Beech within the New England Landscape. Whether it be wood for the fireplace, tannins for the microbrewery, beech-nuts for local fauna or picturesque canopies for shade and aes-thetic enjoyment, the genus, Fagus, is prominent within the lives who know them.Mature tree preservation is a major part of Bartletts work. One </p><p>of the most highly valued mature trees is the European Beech, and their garden features a canopy of European Beech trees. Walk under them to experience the romance that tree canopies create in an urban environment.Founded by Francis A. Bartlett in 1907, the F.A. Bartlett Tree </p><p>Expert Company is the worlds leading scientific tree and shrub care company. Its current chairman, Robert A. Bartlett Jr., repre-sents the third generation of Bartlett family management. Bartlett has locations in 26 U.S. states, Canada, Ireland and Great Britain. Services include pruning, pest and disease management, fertiliza-tion and soil management, cabling and bracing, tree lightning pro-tection systems and tree/stump removal. 240 Highland Avenue, Seekonk, MA. 508-336-9330. www.bartlett.com</p><p>Rhode Island Nursery and Landscapers AssociationFor something different at this years Flower Show, the Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association (RINLA) is creating an urban landscape. They are planning an area of urban decay </p><p>which will educate people about invasive plants and their more desirable counterparts. There will also be a transitional area with productive community gardens, and an urban backyard. This year, RINLA is Celebrating the Diversity of Green Space in an Urban Environment. P.O. Box 984, West Kingston, RI. 401-874-5220. www.rinla.org</p><p>YardworksYardworks invites you to follow their meandering garden path for a trip down memory lane as they bring to life special moments from their garden history. As old becomes new, please join Yardworks in commemorating and celebrating the continuing importance of beautiful outdoor spaces. 1309 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, RI. 401-463-9133. www.yardworksri.com</p><p>A Piece of ParadiseA Piece of Paradise welcomes guests to the wonderful world of water gardening. Discover the simple pleasures and tranquility of sparkling water as it cascades over rocks and into a pond. Aquatic plants and fish provide an additional dimension to the traditional sights and sounds of the water garden. 206 Nooseneck Hill Road, Exeter, RI. 401-397-9939, www.apieceofparadise.com</p><p>Novak Garden DesignCome celebrate in the urban back yard designed by Joseph F. No-vak, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright was recognized in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects as the greatest American architect of all time. P.O. Box 28760, Providence, RI. 401-327-1841, jnovak@novakgardendesign.com.</p><p>2013 Gardens &amp; Vignettes</p></li><li><p>8 | The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show flowershow.com</p><p>Tranquil Water Gardens/Earth &amp; Water LandscapeFor more than a decade, Tranquil Water Gardens and Earth and Water Landscape have been designing award winning water gar-den displays at the Rhode Island Spring Flower and Garden Show, the Blackstone Boulevard Flower Show and the Attleboro Art Mu-seum Flower Show. They invite you to join them in celebrating the use of water in the garden. This years garden will feature a tribute to hope and life, with a creative use of water and flowers. Tranquil Water Gardens, 3415 Mendon Road, Cumberland, RI. 401-658-4547, www.tranquilwatergardens.com. Earth &amp; Water Landscapes, 1801 Old Louisquissett Pike, Lincoln, RI. 401-265-8817, www.earth-n-waterlandscapes.com</p><p>Rhode Island Federation of Garden ClubsThe Rhode Island Federation of Garden Clubs presents a standard flower show entitled Hot Off The Press for the 20th anniversary of the Flower Show in Rhode Island. Their theme reflects newspa-pers and how they are used to note special events throughout time. Please come and enjoy the talent and beauty of the floral designs created by the dedicated members of their organization. 42 Kens-ington Road, Edgewood, RI. 401-954-3374, www.rigardenclubs.org</p><p>University of Rhode Island College of PharmacyThe Heber Youngken Garden at the College of Pharmacy at URIs Kingston campus is a teaching garden containing over 200 species of medicinal plants. At the Flower Show, the College of Pharmacy presents a smaller version of this garden. Funded by the Rhode Island Arts Council, this educational display will include herbs and plants like Witch Hazel, Snowdrops, Lavender, Sage, Aloe, Lily of the Valley and Foxglove some of which can be grown at home for medicinal purposes, depending on a gardeners skill level. The URI College of Pharmacy holds the Youngken Garden as a very important entity to themselves as a cutting-edge educational in-stitute. www.uri.edu/pharmacy/garden</p><p>2013 Gardens &amp; Vignettes</p><p>Vineyard RoadLandscape &amp; Garden Supply </p><p>401-732-2353 303 Vineyard Road, Warwick, RI</p><p>Open Seven DayS a week!Mulch Screened Loam Sand Gravel </p><p>Crushed Stone Turf Fertilizers Grass Seed </p><p>Try The Equipment Without A Commitment!</p><p>Get Your Abs On!</p><p>at the newFREEPILATES CLASSES!Mind 2 Body Fit Studio</p><p>60 Valley Street, Providence, RIwww.mind2bodyfit.com 774-406-8222</p><p>Now Open and 100% Local</p><p>A community marketplace of</p><p>100% locally made products supporting over 120 small businesses. </p><p>Bring in ad for20% off any one item</p><p>464 Wickenden St., Providence 401-437-8338 smallcircleri.com</p><p>401-219-0298 moonandpeeperspottery.com</p><p>Brighten up your home &amp; garden today!</p><p>Locally Hand Made Garden Sculptures and Bird Baths</p></li><li><p>Call us today! (401) 294-3725</p><p>www.AllScapesRI.com</p><p>Landscape design &amp; construction Hardscapesoutdoor Living areas pooLs - patios Firepits &amp; KitcHens</p><p>Live comfortably in your own backyard...all summer long</p></li><li><p>10 | The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show flowershow.com</p><p>Call your Culligan man foran expert recommendation</p><p>877-386-0823www.culligan.com</p><p>Quality drinking water for your home or business</p><p>At Culligan, weve been committed toproviding superior water treatment</p><p>products for over 70 years. </p><p>Great drinking water Soft skinClean shower doors Spot free dishesSofter towels Use less detergent</p><p>Hard water treatment Iron Low PH</p></li><li><p>flowershow.com The Rhode Island Spring Flower &amp; Garden Show | 11</p><p>Big Sky LandscapingBig Sky Landscaping invites you to capture their outdoor wed-ding display, a captivating montage of celebration, merriment, and happiness. Locally grown tulips and daffodils, with their spring tones, create a serene atmosphere of peace and harmony. Owner Scott Rose was inspired to execute this theme from his part-time job as a wedding DJ.Big Sky prides themselves on always putting their customers </p><p>needs first. You dont have to have a lot of money for us to make your yard look nice, Rose says. Mowing lawns since the age of 9, Rose prides himself on Big Skys accessibility to all income levels though their Flower Show display may make you think otherwise. Big Sky would like to give credit to Somerset Nurseries, Quarry </p><p>Brothers Inc., and DJ Steve Bishop for its exhibit. Services include grass cutting, lawn seeding, general maintenance tree and shrub care, landscape design, fence/rock wall construction, mulching beds, fertilization and snow removal/plowing. 183 Anawan St, Re-hoboth, MA. 774-248-4106, www.bigskylandscape.com</p><p>Carnivorous Plant SocietyTake a walk on the wild side. The award-winning Carnivorous Plant Society is celebrating 10 years and over 150 members. A diverse group that loves to share a genuine appreciation for exotic and unusual plants, the society studies carnivorous plants from around the world, including Australia and South America. P.O. Box 606, Saunderstown, RI. 401-741-7825, www.necps.org</p><p>Bryce StudioBryce Studio is known for its nostalgic imagery of Rhode Island landscapes and architecture, specializing in large scale oil paint-ings by artist Mike Bryce. The inspiration behind this display comes from a painted garden depicting Providences Blackstone Bou-</p><p>levard. It will be a celebration of landscape design, using roses, daffodils, tulips and evergreens. Bryce Studio would like to thank Friends of Blackstone Boulevard for helping with this process. 1005 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI. 401-419-0775</p><p>Dominas AgwayDominas Agway specializes in lawn and garden, pets, farming, landscaping needs, and most importantly, water features/ponds-instillation and repair. Their display revolves around the theme Back to Basics, providing attendees with appealing, attainable ideas for their own yard. The display will feature a night theme with special lighting, ponds, and various water features. Spring plants like flowering shrubs, watering plants, perennials, annu-als and pacificas will be used throughout. 1348 East Main Road, Portsmouth, RI. 401-683-1203, www.dominasagway.com</p><p>The Greene SchoolThe Greene School is a charter public high school in West Greenwich. The school is currently operating in its third year and will have its first graduating class this year. Their curriculum is based on nature, the environment, stewardship to the earth, social issues and social causes. The th...</p></li></ul>