Lawn & Garden Show accepting vendor applications now


Lawn & Garden Show accepting vendor applications now

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The Nashville Lawn & Garden Show is now accepting applications from vendors for the Marketplace exhibit area for the March 3 to March 6 event.

The Nashville Lawn & Garden Show is now accepting applications from vendors for the Marketplace, the show’s exhibit area where attendees can discover and purchase plants, home decor, gardening equipment, services, and more.

The show will run from Thursday, March 3, through Sunday, March 6, 2016, at The Fairgrounds Nashville.

In the past, vendor booths included live plants and seeds, books, lawn and garden equipment, home decor, antiques, herbs, pottery, bird houses, and a variety of other unique items for inside and outside the home. All booth spaces are indoors and are available in increments of 10x10ft.

Vendors who wish to participate in the Marketplace can reserve booth space for the show by completing the online form HERE or by contacting show co-manager Sharon Eden at hort12@comcast.net or (615) 876-7680.

Reservations will be accepted through Friday, Jan. 29, 2016.

“Each year we welcome new vendors to the show and welcome back many who have been with us since the beginning,” Eden said in a press release. “It is a great way to get in front of the more than 18,000 people who visit our show every year.”

The Nashville Lawn and Garden show is Tennessee’s largest and most popular annual gardening event. In addition to the Marketplace, visitors can enjoy gardens showcasing displays from some of Middle Tennessee’s top landscape and gardening companies; walk through the floral design gallery where more than 20 of the region’s top floral designers display their work; and enjoy free lectures offered on a variety of home and gardening topics.

For additional information, call the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show office at 615-876-7680 or visit www.nashvillelawnandgardenshow.com.

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