Annual Spring Home and Garden Show blooms in The Woodlands
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Spring is the time to clean house, spruce up the yard, tend to the garden and fire up the grill.
Looking for the latest and greatest ideas? Visit the The Woodlands 15th Annual Spring Home and Garden Show, slated for June 3-4 at the Waterway Marriott.
"Home improvement companies continually find the latest and greatest products a consumer and homeowner wants for outdoor and indoor living," said Tony Wood, president of Texwood Shows, producer of the Home and Garden Show. "It's like everything else – changes are ongoing as technology evolves. At the show, you're going to see the newest products from outdoor kitchens to hurricane-protection shields, generators to concrete repair tools, floral arrangements to home organizing systems."
More than 200 vendors will be at the show, including some newbies.
Sealoc Texas sells outdoor, weatherproof electronics and televisions. David Frank Design specializes in covered swings and lounge chairs that are also rust and corrosion resistant.
Guest speakers include J. Schwanke, a 4th generation floral designer, flower expert and award-winning author; Chef Conor Moran, a native Houstonian with Irish and Italian roots who has traveled the world honing his culinary palate; Randy Lemmon, host of Houston's GardenLine radio show on KTRH NewsRadio 740; Stephen Hann, a certified green building professional and master builder/remodeler; and several more. You can get all the details here.
"People who come to the show are usually in two or three categories," said Wood, adding they usually draw a crowd of approximately 6,000 people over the course of the weekend. "They're ready to do something today because maybe they're building a home, they've got plan in place. Or, they're already homeowners and have set a budget for a remodel. The third group are the people who aren't quite sure what they want, so they just want to see what's new and get some ideas."
Meanwhile, don't forget to enter our Woodlands Online contest for some great prizes, courtesy of Texwood Shows, including admission tickets to the show.
Tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, and children 12-years and younger attend for free. Get a video sneak peek of what's coming up here.