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So Roger's Gardens Is Flower Central Right Now

A blossom-packed, product-pretty spread is a seasonal staple at the Corona del Mar destination.



    So Roger's Gardens Is Flower Central Right Now
    Roger's Gardens
    Three days of floral fabulousness, tablescape displays, rose advice, edible garden demos, and so much more bloominess? It's all happening at the flowery Corona del Mar spot from March 22 through 24, 2019.

    What to Know

    • Corona del Mar

    • Free

    • March 22 through 24

    Southern Californians are always well-primed for the petal-iest stretch of the year, but spring's 2019 approach feels a little lovelier, a little sweeter, and a lot more needed.

    Why, in particular?

    We've just come out of quite the rainy run, and while the heavy droplets may have not vamoosed for good, all signs point to a bud-filled, flower-wonderful time, both in our wildflowery canyons and in our own tended-to yards.

    Roger's Gardens, in Corona del Mar, can help us on that second matter, and how.

    The venerable gardening-and-more center is a go-to for splendid plants, interesting seeds, and all of the delicate and delightful decorations that up a gardener's visual game.

    And the annual Spring Celebration, which gathers together gardening experts, easy how-tos, and yard-tastic goods to buy in one big and beautiful bouquet, will soon be at peak bloom.

    Visit Roger's Gardens from March 22 through 24 for a veritable posey of events, with demos on edible gardens, rose information, floral arranging, miniature gardens, and everything to do with everything in the plot outside your kitchen window.

    Plus? The sizable destination's indoor displays are worth eyeing. Vases, ceramic bunnies, dinnerware, and all manner of spring-like décor may be found inside Roger's Gardens, throughout several eye-pleasing, goodie-filled rooms.

    If you know the truly over-the-top Halloween and holiday decorations at Roger's Gardens, you know you'll encounter a lot of lovely spring-oriented items placed in photo-pretty ways.

    That's all free to see, so be sure to cast your own petals to the wind, in the direction of Corona del Mar, as spring blows into Southern California on a sweet and welcome wind.

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