Celebrating a 52-year tradition of growing and showing!
Floral designers and backyard gardeners are the celebrities at the Garden's annual Grow Show on Aug. 20-21, where beautiful floral arrangements and the peak summer harvest are spotlighted in this upbeat, judged event featuring five design and nearly 80 horticulture classes on display in the Exhibition Hall.
Anyone can enter! Whether you bring a single bloom or enter every category, there is no charge to participate in the Grow Show!
The Grow Show is free with Garden admission.
Read more about the Horticulture Division!
Gardeners of all ages and experience levels are welcome to enter this blue-ribbon event!
Read more about the Floral Design Division!
Our five floral division classes focus on "Symbiosis: Harmony in Nature," the Garden's 2022 theme, which includes symbiosis-inspired exhibits, events and family activities.
— Click here is the Floral Design Division Entry Card.
— Click here for the Horticulture Division Entry Card.
Saturday will include a Ikebana demonstration from 1:15-2:30 p.m. in the Center House, led by Kaye Vosburgh, who holds the highest rank, Riji, in the Sogetsu School of Ikebana and is an accredited master judge and a flower show school design and procedure instructor for judges in the National Garden Clubs, Inc. Vosburgh will also hold a book-signing.
Saturday will be capped off with a special — and fun — floral arrangement "Challenge Class" at 3 p.m., featuring State Representative William "Smitty" Pignatelli, of Lenox; Tom Romero, of Lenox, who retired from Berkshire Medical Center as senior vice president and remains board chairman of assessors and president of UNICO in Pittsfield; Matt Tannenbaum, the owner of The Bookstore and Get Lit Wine Bar, in Lenox; Chris Ferrero, a gardening speaker, writer and consultant, from Stockbridge; Chis Masiero, owner of Guido’s; and Linda O’Connell, of Stockbridge, an avid gardener and a Trustee of Berkshire Botanical Garden.