Numerous home-related exhibits, products & services inspire home-remodeling ideas while popular DIY bloggers offer hands-on advice
About This Deal
Home and garden shows provide fresh ideas for improving a residence’s livability, such as placing curtains over windows to keep the moon from spying on you. Acquire useful décor tips with today's GrouponLive deal: for $10, you get two admissions to the Portland Spring Home and Garden Show at Portland Expo Center (a $20 value). Groupon holders can attend on either Wednesday, February 22; Thursday, February 23; or Friday, February 24. The show will run from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day.
Each year, the Spring Home and Garden Show opens its doors to hundreds of vendors, local experts, and top remodelers who brandish home products and dole out domicile-related advice. Experts from fields that include kitchen remodeling and floor laying furnish tips on domicile beautification, and home-security contractors share better anti-burglary strategies than coating valuables in a layer of sticky tar. Green thumbs browse 15 garden displays, checking out landscaping ideas and potential plant purchases, and a series of seminars lets showgoers jot down ideas for future renovations after making their way through the booths of more than 600 local vendors. John and Sherry—writers of the popular DIY blog Young House Love—will make an appearance, offering advice on layman-accessible room makeovers and Don Knotts-themed wing additions.
About Portland Fall Home and Garden Show
For nearly a quarter-century, the Portland Fall Home and Garden Show has showcased the wares and talents of hundreds of local nurseries, landscapers, and contractors. Widely acknowledged as the best time to plant and prepare for spring blooms, the fall season is ideal for consulting with professionals on upcoming projects and putting seeds and bulbs to ground. Attendees can glean inspiration from 11 onsite garden displays before shopping the extensive selection of trees, azaleas, shrubs, perennials, and bulbs, as well as garden gnomes that don’t steal your socks while you sleep.