Thank you to everyone that attended in 2014, see you in 2015!
GARDEN EXPO 2015
Tons of Vendors, lots of fun, and it’s all free!
OUR BIG ANNUAL EVENT FOR THE YEAR! An Extraordinary Annual
Event - 15th Annual Spokane Garden Expo
The next Expo's theme is "Gardening: The Reason for the Seasons" Garden Expo will have many wonderful highlights:
- Exotic Specialty Plants for Sale
- Lecture Series - Speakers will be posted as soon as available
- One-of-a-Kind Garden Art
- Door Prizes - Sign up at table in front of main eastside entrance inside
- Children's Activities - Kid’s booth has fun things to keep little hands busy
- Garden Accessories & Décor
- Unique Gifts
- Food - Spokane Community College Lair Café will be open most of Expo day until mid-afternoon. There will also be plenty of food offerings outdoors
LONG FOR a garden that enriches your life and feeds your soul.
SEEK the latest gardening news, tips and shortcuts.
CRAVE the newest and coolest plants.
ENJOY bringing the fragrance/beauty of the garden indoors.
NEED guidance toward more organic practices.
WANT "down-to-earth" ideas that inspire rather than intimidate.
LOVE real gardens, by real people.
BELIEVE many things are possible with just the planting of a seed...
What’s it All About?
The Spokane Community College will spring to life with everything you need to make your garden beautiful at the 15th annual Garden Expo, May 9, 2015 from 9am-5pm.
Shop for the latest in gardening products including:
Art for the Garden
Gourmet Food Products
Lighting and Fountains
Plants Local Vendors
Plants Out of Town Vendors
Rock Garden Plants
While at the Garden Expo, be sure to check out the Inland Northwest Garden Railroad Society’s outdoor garden train set-up-always a big hit with the kids. It may even appeal to the kid in your own heart. Trains will be running on time all day on May 9, 2015 Check out their website at
List of Other Expo Organizations
Attend the Show!!
Put May 9, 2015 on your calendar and come join us for a day of fun! It's time for the 16th Annual Spokane Garden Expo. Held at the beautiful Spokane Community College campus, 1810 N Greene St, Spokane WA, each year the garden show draws in thousands of people. The fair offers over 250 booths of fantastic plant and garden-related items. You can explore unique offerings of garden art, wind chimes, planters, garden furniture, iron works, and a wealth of other products. It's a great opportunity to get something special for someone to pick up something for your own garden. The Garden Expo is presented by The Inland Empire Gardeners (TIEG). This is our 14th year hosting the Expo. Every year the show provides an opportunity for nurseries and merchants to interact with the community by offering a wealth of goods, services and information. Put the Garden Expo on your calendar and come join us for a day of fun!
Location & Directions
The Garden Expo takes place at the Spokane Community College (SCC), 1810 N Greene St, Spokane, WA. Getting to SCC from I-90 Eastbound: Take the Thor/Freya St exit. Turn left at Freya St. * Continue traveling north on Freya St. Freya will become Greene St at Mission Ave. The SCC campus is located at the intersection of Greene St and Mission Ave. You may enter the campus from Greene St or from Mission Ave.
From I-90 Westbound: Take the Thor/Freya St exit. Turn right at Freya St. (*see above) Campus is located on the corner of Green and Mission. The college is less than 2 miles north of the I-90 and Freya Street interchange.
A tough month for the taliban,tough 8yrs for US:
By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 12 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - President Bush said Wednesday he is weighing whether to send more troops to Afghanistan. Bush said it has been a "tough month" in Afghanistan, where more U.S. and NATO troops died during the past two months than in Iraq.
The president told a Rose Garden news conference that one reason for the rising deaths "is that our troops are taking the fight to a tough enemy ... of course there is going to be resistance." It has also been a "tough month for the Taliban," he said