Posted on March 5, 2010 by David Cohen

The 2010 Chicago Flower & Garden Show is back again at Navy Pier and will be open this coming Saturday March 6, through Sunday March 14.
Attend some of  the seminars where you will be able to learn the secrets of gardening from leading experts in the filed. Some of the experts who are going to be at the show this year will share their knowledge with the you.
    Award-winning landscape architect and garden designer Craig Bergmann, will talk about Making Art in the Garden. Since 1982, Craig Bergmann Landscape Design Inc. has specialized in putting a Midwestern modern-day twist on the classic garden designs of Europe . His  work has been featured in several books, on PBS-TV’s “The Victory Garden” and on HGTV’s “Gardener’s Journal.”
    Author and television personality Charlie Nardozzi will share tips from his latest book Vegetable Gardening for Dummies. The  horticulture educator of the University of Illinois Nancy Pollard, will teach you how to Farm Your own Patio. Another perennial favorite from previous shows, is the famous PBS television host Melinda Myers, who will talk this year about Planning and Plants for a Small Space Garden.
    Attendance to all seminars is included in the price of show admission. To confirm seminar times, dates and subjects visit www.chicagoflower.com.
Opens: Monday to Saturday, 10am-8pm • adults $15 • children 4-12 years $5. Sundays 10am-6pm • adults $17 • children 4-12 years $5. Tickets can be ordered online at www.chicagoflower.com, where no service fee is charged. They also can be purchased at the door.