Tickets on sale now for 2022 Garden & Landscape Expo!

December 17, 2021 Ian Lewitz Leave a Comment

PBS Wisconsin’s Garden & Landscape Expo is a midwinter oasis for people ready to venture out and dig their hands in the dirt. Now in its 29th year, this three-day event celebrates the latest trends in gardening and landscaping. The event offers more than 150 free, educational presentations, an exhibitor mall, insight from UW-Madison Extension Horticulture experts, a floral design competition and more.

The 2022 PBS Wisconsin Garden & Landscape Expo will be held at Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Feb. 11-13, 2022.

Presale tickets for this event are now available at a discounted rate. These advance tickets make great holiday gifts! All proceeds support PBS Wisconsin.

Advance tickets are also available to purchase at the following retail outlets:
Green Bay Botanical Gardens / Green Bay
Rotary Botanical Gardens / Janesville
The Bruce Company / Middleton
Wild Birds Unlimited / Middleton
The Paine Art Center & Gardens / Oshkosh
Edgewater Home and Garden / Portage
Jung Garden Center / Randolph
Jung Garden Center / Stevens Point
Jung Garden Center / Sun Prairie
And at the following Madison locations:
Jung Garden Center
Klein’s Floral & Greenhouses Inc.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Orange Tree Imports

COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
Garden & Landscape Expo will be a masked event. All attendees will be required to wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth in all indoor settings at the Alliant Energy Center. We appreciate your cooperation with this important safety requirement.

Also, anyone who is feeling unwell or showing any symptoms of illness should not attend Garden & Landscape Expo. Anyone who has recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, has recently had direct contact with an individual diagnosed with or suspected to have COVID-19, or is displaying symptoms commonly associated with COVID-19 should not attend Garden & Landscape Expo.

We will continuously monitor for updates from health officials. Encouragingly, the vaccination rate in Dane County is very high (currently 71% of all residents and 82% of all residents 18+ are fully vaccinated).

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