New Jersey Flower & Garden Show

February 22, 23, 24 & 25

Thursday 1:00PM - 8:00PM

Friday 10:00AM - 8:00PM

Saturday 10:00AM - 8:00PM

Sunday 10:00AM - 6:00PM


NJ Convention & Expo Center

Edison, NJ

Standard Flower Show

The Garden Club of New Jersey (GCNJ) proudly presents “Kaleidoscope,” a Standard Flower Show, February 23-26, 2017, at the New Jersey Flower & Garden Show. 

Inspired by the overall show theme, “Color the World,” this “Show within a Show” will showcase hundreds of colorful exhibits, judged by national standards, displaying New Jersey’s best in floral design, artistic crafts, horticulture and much more!

Behold breathtaking flower arrangements from floor size to miniature designs, themed gardens and topiaries.   Photo enthusiasts will enjoy our large photography competition, while jewelry lovers will be entranced by stunning, one-of-a-kind botanical jewelry.  

Hundreds of plants will be on display, with entries from GCNJ members as well as your neighbors and fellow New Jerseyans.

And don’t miss our fun activities over at the “Bouquet of the Day” stage area, including our popular “Container Challenge” and “Dueling Designers.”  

Plus the kids won’t want to miss Sunday’s “Great Zucchini Race” – a guaranteed favorite for them and parents alike (for more on children’s events, see our Junior Flower Show).

In addition, docents will be on hand to promote our garden clubs and provide horticultural advice.

Click here to see details on the featured competitions

The Garden Club of New Jersey is a not-for-profit association of 107 local garden clubs across the entire state.

The goals of the Garden Club of New Jersey include:

  • The advancement of the study and teaching of the arts of flower arranging and horticulture.
  • Encouraging the protection and conservation of our state’s natural resources.
  • Stimulating interest in gardening among youth.
  • And supporting educational, charitable and scientific causes.

GCNJ sponsors four schools, which are open to the public, for the enrichment and certification in gardening studies, landscape design, flower show (floral design and horticulture) and environmental studies.

GCNJ awards over $14,000 per year in scholarships to worthy students entering the fields related to environmental science, land management, horticulture and floriculture.

Among its most popular projects are:

  • Blue Star Memorial markers in honor of our service men and women.
  • Protecting pollinating insects by working with local garden centers to set up Pollinator Centers.
  • The statewide Standard Flower Show held at the Expo Center, Edison NJ in mid-February.

Learn more by visiting the GCNJ website at www.gardenclubofnewjersey.com