Garden Show in Buckhead presented by the Southeastern Horticultural Society
Daily Event - Every 3 days: 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EDT)
April 25-27th at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta.
Hours: April 25th: 10am-6pm
April 26th: 10am-6pm
April 27th: 10am-5pm
Prices: $20 for 3 day General Admission includes speaker entry
$15 for 1 day General Admission includes speaker entry
Kids Under 12 Free
Show features include:
- Outdoor landscape
- Judged Photography
- CutFlower Floral Design on Stage
- Bookstore by Eagle Eye Books
- Children's activities
- Garden Club Floral Arrangements
- Food & Beverages
- Home Depot Hardscape themed "Returning to Our Roots: An Ode to Atlanta.
- More information: www.sehort.org/gardenshow
Check out our speaker lineup!
Friday, April 25th
11:00am Steven Satterfield
Co-Owner & Executive Chef, Miller Union
Lecture: “From Root to Leaf: A Southern chef’s approach to cooking with the seasons”
2:00pm Ryan Gainey
Internationally known Garden Designer and Author
Lecture: "The Gathering Garden & Affairs with Ryan"
3:30pm Don Shadow
Owner, Shadow Nursery, Inc.
Lecture: "New and Useful Plants"
Saturday, April 26th
11:00am Michael Dirr
Lecture: "Breeding New Woody Plants for Southern Gardens: Advancing the Frontiers of Hydrangea, Crape myrtle, Viburnum, and Lilacs."
1:00pm Jeff Ross
of Blackberry Farm
Lecture: "Eating between the Rows"
3:00pm Gena Knox
Author, Southern My Way: Simple
Recipes, Fresh Flavors
Lecture: "Southern Cooking: Fresh, Healthy & Local"
Sunday, April 27th
2:00pm Walter Reeves
Garden expert, writer, radio and television host
Lecture: "Planting Perfectly - Tips on How to Do It Right the First Time"
3:30pm Vince Dooley & Steve Penley
Vince Dooley, Former University of Georgia Athletics Director & Head Football Coach, Master Gardener & Author & Steve Penley, Internationally known American Artist
Lecture: "From Pruning to Pigskins"
3110 Roswell Rd NE
Southeastern Horticultural Society
The Southeastern Horticultural Society (SHS) is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to promoting the knowledge, art and enjoyment of horticulture throughout the Southeastern United States.