Some of the seminars were pretty good. I thought the quality of speaker was better than in the past. We were there all day. Nasty drive back to Waukesha in the snow but well worth the trip. Madison puts the Milwaukee show to shame.
I wish we could have went. We were busy planting annuals and perr in the gh along with some wintersowing some perr for our zone. You are lucky you got to go. Everyweekend there are chores.. Darn missed it again... Barb
I also went out to the Garden Expo in Madison on Saturday. I wasn't able to watch any seminars because I brought my whole family with me. I was impressed with some of the vendors. I got an iron trellis for $16! I also picked up some seeds and bulbs (this is the year I try elephant ears.)
I would like to thank Gardenweb member Cranberry15 for letting me know about this with her previous post. Please continue to post uncoming events in the area. I live in Waukesha, but Madison isn't that bad of a drive.
"I live in Waukesha, but Madison isn't that bad of a drive"
Not usually, but it wasn't real pretty coming back around 4:30- 5pm Sat afternoon. We live closer to I43 than I94. I think I would have been better off taking 90 towards Beloit & cutting across to 43. Regardless, a good show.
I think I want to stay off I90 for awhile. There's a patch of 90/94 just south of Madison that seems to be jinxed. First, the hundreds of cars that piled up in the fog, then the thousand-some cars that sat for over 12 hours with the snow and ice, then this past Sunday was another accident involving 10 cars that closed that same stretch of interstate again.
Btw, loved the Expo...bought Ivory Price hellebores (for $4!), some herbs, a few copper flowers, talked to Shelley Long (PBS, Wisconsin Gardener), sat in on a few seminars.
The only thing that would get me out of the house at -10 would be gardens.
How'd you like those pot holes between Madison and Milwaukee?
I enjoyed the show as well. I loaded up on heirloom seeds - that was my primary reason for driving over. Gonna try 2 new melons this year. And kale for the first time. Gotta start those seeds in a few weeks!
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I m 2 chokes on my own throat from cryin. i red your orig post.. i m sad for you ive been through that myself..if u go to the peoria reptile show, i will give you a baby sulcata. it is feb. 10th at expo gardens in peoria.. my name is george i vend there. just ask for me every 1 knows me.. i am so sorry about your tortoise, and would like to help....