Spring Flower Show
February is a tough month in Minnesota! What better time, then, for the botanical pick-me-up that is the Spring Flower Show at the Arboretum!
The theme for this year’s show is Gardening With Nature, featuring a special emphasis on gardens that benefit birds, bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects — as well as backyards that utilize found materials, including stumperies and other natural vessels, interspersed with a bounty of blooms.
Arb visitors will get a jump on the 2023 gardening season with a wealth of inspiring ideas at the show, which will feature vignettes throughout the Oswald Visitor Center and the Snyder Building. The balmy Meyer-Deats Conservatory will be the finale, decked out with succulents, orchids and more.
General Daily Admission Tickets
The Spring Flower Show is included with general daily admission for those who attend during the day (9 a.m.-4 p.m.). Flower show evening events are special ticketed events that are not included with general admission and are not eligible for EZ pass use.
General Daily Admission for the Flower Show
Keep scrolling to register for special ticketed events happening at the Flower Show.
Flower Show Partners
Arboretum staff and partners (see below) will come together to create inspiring scenes, including flowers suspended from the ceiling and cut floral arrangements. Best of all, designers will display orchids, daffodils, hyacinths, tulips and fresh-cut flowers to enchant winter-weary visitors with fragrance, color and charm.
Special thanks to the following partners:
Show Features & Attractions
Enjoy these amenities and events at the Arboretum while you explore the Spring Flower Show.
Gift & Garden Store
Open daily during the Flower Show with extended hours for the special ticketed event evenings
Shop everything you need to make your spring gardening dreams come true! Purchase additional props for your fairy garden or simply stock up on gardening goodies for the upcoming season.
Andersen Horticultural Library StoryTime
10:30 a.m. Feb. 24
Come kick off the 2023 season of StoryTime in the Library on Feb. 24 with a theme of flowers to go with the Spring Flower Show. You can also visit the library during open hours for books, coloring pages, seed catalogs and more!