Des Moines Home and Garden Show Brings Spring to the Iowa Events Center


This weekend marks the annual Des Moines Home and Garden Show, bringing a taste of spring to the Iowa Events Center. No matter your experience with DIY projects or dreams for future ones, you will find something refreshing at this home show in Central Iowa.

Here are a few highlights:

Expert Advice

The Des Moines Home and Garden Show offers expert advice for any upcoming project, with more than 300 experts sharing new ideas and practical advice at this four-day event in Des Moines, Iowa’s Iowa Events Center. The show runs until January 8, 2019.

Home and garden shows are great resources for planning home improvement projects, providing ideas, and introducing contractors. Plus, many vendors only offer exclusive discounts or promotions during these shows!

Attend educational workshops and demonstrations to expand your gardening, remodeling, and knowledge. While some workshops may be free, others require registration ahead of time. Attending these educational events could also save money when conducting home renovation projects.

This year’s show features an innovative “Hide and Seek: The Modern Home” exhibit. This unique display will highlight various homes designed by Iowa architects. There will be houses from small urban residences to large estates on display and open for public viewing from February 23 through 26.

The show allows visitors to keep abreast of current home and garden design trends, meet industry experts, discover innovative products, and find solutions for their projects. Thousands will have the chance to attend.

Some exhibits will feature stunning gardens to inspire you to get out and start planting, as well as new products and services and local celebrities who could meet.

At this year’s show, television house-flipping expert Matt Blashaw will share tips on significant upgrades that boost curb appeal without breaking the bank.

This year, Kaleb Lambton will also present discussing ways to maximize your yard and garden through native plants, composting, and more. He’ll appear on the Inspiration Stage during both days of the show.

Feature Gardens

Suppose you are planning a renovation of your home or garden. In that case, this event can serve as an invaluable source of ideas and guidance, with many exhibitors displaying innovative products and services to ensure your project runs smoothly. In addition, several celebrity speakers and workshops will feature ways to improve both homes and gardens. Meet some of your favorite TV personalities while learning how to improve them!

At the Des Moines Home and Garden Show, seven featured gardens will be designed by local landscapers to give visitors ideas to help get their backyards ready for spring. Colby’s Lawn & Landscape, Beemer Landscaping, Wiges Outdoor Services, Landmatters Creative Nature Landscape & Design, and Frontline Lawn & Landscape are among those creating featured gardens this year.

Each garden will showcase a different style of landscaping. For instance, one park might focus on creating an inviting entryway for guests and family members, adding charm with water fountains on patios or decks, and yet another will display how to design functional yet appealing gardens.

Attend the Made in Iowa Market at the show to view what local companies offer – many will feature special offers and promotions on their products! In addition, workshops and seminars will help attendees learn new techniques.

At this event, there will also be many ways you can give back to the community. One is participating in the You Got Mail display – an enjoyable way to show support for Special Olympics Iowa!

Need quick advice or assistance with a project? The Des Moines Home and Garden Show is the place to be – it can provide instant advice from stage presentations and a fantastic chance to save on future home improvement endeavors with discounted offerings!

This year’s show will run from Thursday, Feb 23 through Sunday, Feb 26, at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, IA.

Home Hacks

Des Moines Home and Garden Show provides DIYers and gardeners alike with inspiration to get their following projects underway, or gardeners eagerly anticipating spring, expert advice, beautiful feature gardens, celebrity appearances, and expert guidance for any planned home improvement projects. Plus, it provides an ideal place to meet like-minded individuals and stay abreast of current landscaping, home design trends, and more!

This year’s show focuses on creating an inviting backyard environment. Plenty of outdoor living spaces like fire pits and fireplaces on display create a relaxing ambiance, along with experts discussing ways to bring indoor comforts out into nature and creating spaces where friends and family can gather.

Home and garden shows can also provide an invaluable way to connect with local businesses. Exhibitors at these shows often offer discounts or special deals that could save money when starting home projects. Marketplace Events, one of North America’s leading organizers of consumer remodeling and decor shows, organizes the show.

Des Moines Home and Garden Show will host its Heroes Day on Friday to honor law enforcement officers, firefighters, and military personnel from the past and present. These individuals will receive free admission while guests can purchase photos with them; proceeds from these sales will go toward Special Olympics Iowa.

Tickets to this show can be purchased online or at the Iowa Events Center box office, using promo code “INSIDER” to save two for one access – making this an excellent way to spend a weekend with family.

Meet New People

Home shows are an excellent opportunity to meet new people – vendors and prospective clients. Many booths feature full-scale demos or examples of their work so that you can get an up-close view. Plus, experts are on hand to answer questions and offer advice – you might even take some tips back home.

Feature Gardens are one of the highlights of any home show, designed by local landscapers to inspire showgoers with new landscaping styles, pools, waterfalls, an assortment of plants, and gardening tips.

On Friday, you can attend several exciting events throughout the weekend, such as the popular annual plant sale and Hero Day events. At this popular sale event, plant sale attendees have long queued all day to score deals on flowers, bushes, and trees. Hero Day recognizes and respects local heroes such as past or current law enforcement officers, firefighters, and military personnel.

Home and garden shows are great places to meet local vendors who may provide special promotions that only appear during home shows, while some vendors give away free products or gift cards in exchange for your contact info. Attending can help locate a service provider to assist with your next project.

Are You Remodeling Your Kitchen or Bathroom? Attend the Des Moines Home and Garden Show Every Year In February At Iowa Events Center To Discover Ideas. Visit hundreds of Experts as Well as Find Products and Services Related To These Projects And stunning displays to assist in Your Remodel Projects.

Fans of home renovation shows can take note that Aubrey and Bristol Marunde from HGTV’s “Flip or Flop Vegas” will appear at the Des Moines Home and Garden Show as celebrity guests on Friday and Saturday at Rose Farm Inspiration Stage; they will discuss their favorite home projects while answering any inquiries that arise from attendees.