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Spring Garden Festival at Fairchild

The Spring Garden Festival Featuring the Spring Plant Sale celebrates the spring season with healthy cooking demos, local food and garden vendors, and an abundance of plants available for purchase. Learn tips to keep your garden thriving during the summer months, pick up a trick from local chefs at a cooking demonstration, shop artisan vendors or pick up delicious foods from local vendors. You can even take home a spectacular plant from our 35th Annual Spring Plant Sale.

The event will be held on Saturday, April 11th from 9:30 a.m. til Sunday, April 12th 4:30 p.m.

Travel Information
The Spring Garden Festival is located in Coral Gables about 10 miles south of Miami International Airport. Nearby hotels include Hotel Indigo, Sonesta Coconut Grove, The Biltmore Hotel, and the Miami Marriott Dadeland.

 

 

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