Peninsula Building Materials Sponsors San Francisco Bay Flower and Garden Show

After a couple of years of quarantining on and off due to the pandemic, it’s refreshing to see events in the industry making a comeback in the Bay Area.  Last month the San Francisco Bay Flower and Garden Show came back strong at the Alameda County Fairgrounds.

One of the highlights of the show was the “The Origins of Horticulture” garden display.  Set up as a walking path, it transported the attendees through the ages, taking them from Ancient Egypt to Japan.

The entrance was designed with gold limestone pavers set in path fines and flanked by Utah Sunrise boulders.

Ornamental statues, personality boulders, secret doors and garden benches gave viewer interest at every step along the way.

The display showcased a number of California native flowers that were gorgeous and in full bloom.

The San Francisco Bay Flower and Garden Show also featured a number of talks, demonstrations, and seminars.  Steve List, pictured left with Steve Ritz of the Green Bronx Machine, hosted Veggie Boot Camps as part of the Kellogg Gardening Stage. 

The Show was sponsored by Puentes, KelloggGarden Products, Peninsula Building Materials, and Belgard.


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