It addition to the available plants, there will also be garden arts and crafts, kids activities, music and workshops conducted by landscapers and local contractors and builders. Refreshments will be offered by the Lions Club.
"Admission is free and all proceeds go to fund the Bachman Community Center's Nancie Bailey’s Summer Camps and the upkeep of our registered historical building," said Ashley Zimmerman.
For more information about the Bachman Community Center and its Home and Garden Show, visit the Bachman website.
Planting a spring vegetable garden is a wonderful way to get outside and shake off those winter blues.