Additional beneficiaries who will participate in this year's Show include:
Thank you to our Community Partners:
**Be sure to visit them at Community Tables throughout the Show.
Featured Beneficiary: Bracken Foundation Children’s Garden at Cheekwood
The Children’s Garden will be a new and exciting permanent family feature at Cheekwood, with the goal of being a welcoming and accessible reflection of Cheekwood’s unique offerings of gardens, nature, art, and history. Opening March 7, 2020 - Learn more.
The Show is proud to announce that our organic 'green waste' will be recycled into compost and mulch through the generous courtesy of The Compost Company.
Thank you everyone for a wild and wonderful 2020 Show!
For information on becoming a Show sponsor, please contact Sarah Lowe.
Thank you to our 2020 sponsors, including:
On behalf of our NLGF non-profit 501(c)(3) Board after and exhaustive search, we regret to announce the cancellation of our 2021 Show. The new Fairgrounds Nashville Expo Center will be closed to events through June. You have shown great interest in proceeding, but unfortunately we are unable to locate a suitable venue during these challenging times. We appreciate your tremendous support last year, and every year.
Exciting plans are already underway for an extra special Show when we return in 2022. Stay well, at peace, and keep on Gardening! We’ll see you all there!!
Todd Breyer, NLGF president
Stay tuned for our traditional free Tree and Flower Seed Giveaway for 2021.
Plans are currently being organized to continue this much-loved tradition for this year. Details coming soon, as well as the announcement of our 2021 Grant Recipients, thanks to your generous support!
Please contact our Chairs through the specific page links below for more information or to participate in our 2022 Show.
And for free seeds of all kinds, check out the Nashville Public Libraries' Seed Exchange program.
Visit our “Vendors” section for more information on many of our participating Vendors and groups, and support them if you can. As well as plant societies you should consider joining such as: African Violet, Beekeepers, Bonsai, Daffodil, Daylily, Gesneriad, Herb Society of Nashville, Hosta, Iris, Master Gardeners, Natives & Wildflowers, Orchid, Perennial Plant, Rose, and more.