• Celebrities, design experts highlight Southern Spring Home and Garden Show

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    Spring is just around the corner and there’s a great way to make sure you and your home are ready.

    Discover the latest in home improvement, design, landscaping and more when the Southern Spring Home and Garden Show returns to Charlotte for two weekends -- Feb. 22-24 and March 1-3 -- at The Park Expo and Conference Center.

    In addition to the great information and exhibitors you’ll find at the show, this year’s celebrity guests include Ty Pennington, of TLC's "Trading Spaces," on Feb. 23; Julia Collins Davidson, of “America’s Test Kitchen,” on March 1-2; and popular social media personality Laura LeBoutillier, of “Garden Answer,” on March 1.

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    Continuing a long-standing tradition, the show has again partnered with Belgard to present the Showcase Gardens, where local landscape designers and companies will install incredible gardens shaped around this year's theme, “Inspired by HGTV.”      

    Southern Spring Home and Garden Show
    Southern Spring Home and Garden Show

    The Park Expo and Conference Center is located at 800 Briar Creek Road.

    Show hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.

    Admission cost $12 for adults. Children age 12 and under are admitted free.  

    Ways to save

    Buy in advance: Purchase tickets online and save $2 on each ticket.

    Harris Teeter discount tickets: VIC cardholders can save $3.50 on each ticket purchased in advance at Harris Teeter.

    Hero Day: On Saturday, Feb. 23, active and retired military, first responders and law enforcement can receive free admission by showing a valid ID at the ticket office.   

    Teacher Appreciation: On Saturday, March 1, teachers and school staff can receive free admission by showing a valid ID at the ticket office.

    For more information on the show, visit charlottespringhomeandgardenshow.com.

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