3 Spring Flower Festivals in Florida You Should Attend

The spring season is finally here and bringing some beautiful spring colors to your garden is a crucial activity for the upcoming months. Brightening up your yard is an essential exercise for anyone with a green thumb. One way to get a few gardening ideas is to visit flower festivals. April showers do indeed bring May flowers—check out these spring flower festivals across Florida.

Spring Garden Festival and 40th Annual Spring Plant Sale

April 13th – April 14th

This Miami festival is the one-stop shop for all of your gardening needs. With a variety of spring plants to choose from, you’re sure to find the right addition to your garden. This festival also holds a series of gardening demonstrations, giving you the opportunity to get all of your questions answered by local horticulturists. Once you find what you’re looking for, feel free to stick around for a while—enjoy live music, shop for handmade products, and try the food from a list of local vendors.

Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

March 6th – June 3rd

If you’re looking for an excuse to visit the Epcot Walt Disney World Resort this spring, the annual flower and garden festival is certainly a good enough reason. This seasonal event gives you an opportunity to walk through the park and see the beautiful, character-themed gardens in person. Enjoy the park’s food and music as you leisurely take in the scenery or participate in the many events they offer during the spring months.

Spring Garden Show and Festival

May 4th – May 5th

This annual festival in Cedar Lakes Woods and Gardens is the perfect spot to get those last-minute gifts for Mother’s Day. Equipped with a variety of vendors to choose from, live music, and gorgeous garden tours, this event is every gardener’s dream. For those who love to explore, this event offers tours of 50 different gardens that trek over a series of lakes with beautifully designed bridges.

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