ST. PAUL, Minn. - It won't be long before spring rolls around and homeowners throughout Minnesota will have to consider repairing or revamping their gardens.
At the Minnesota Home and Patio show, home repair and landscaping projects are under the spotlight, providing inspiration for those wishing to spruce up their gardens.
The Home and Patio show will run through Thursday, February 13 to Sunday, February 16 at Saint Paul RiverCentre.
Among the highlights, gardening experts like Don Engebretson, "the Renegade Gardener," and KARE 11's Bobby Jensen of "Grow with KARE" will lead gardening seminars on topics ranging from debunking common gardening myths to going green in the garden.
"This is a chance for people to see what's new this year. It's a chance for people to check out what's trending in the gardening world," said Engebretson.
"There's something here for everybody," said Jensen. "It's been a harsh winter, and this is a great time for people to start thinking about spring. With these products out here on display, it's easier than ever to find out how you can renovate your garden or patio."
The Home Depot will also present home improvement seminars, which teach guests how to improve or repair home fixtures on their own.
In addition, the Home and Patio show includes a trending kitchen and bath design center that showcases the latest kitchen and bath products.
For more information on the Minnesota Home and Patio Show, log on to www.homeandpatioshow.com.