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The Kansas Lawn & Garden Show Is Back!

It’s So Exciting, You May Just Wet Your Plants!

Article by Kelsey Huber

Photography by Kristol Kumar Photography & Provided

Originally published in Topeka City Lifestyle

For several years now the evergreens have been pining, the willows weeping, and the impatiens could hardly wait, but finally, the Kansas Lawn & Garden Show is back! Since its COVID cancellation, homeowners and business owners alike have anxiously awaited the opportunity to welcome this popular event back…and 2024 is the year! Mark your calendars for February 16th-18th and plan to spend the days at the Stormont Vail Events Center.

Event producers Jim and Belinda Allan of Allan Marketing Solutions, LLC are proud to bring this “everything outdoor” extravaganza back to life. Belinda Allan said they are adding some unexpected, never-before-included highlights to ensure this year’s event doesn’t disappoint. “There will be different speakers every day,” she said. “including Don Engebretson - the Renegade Gardener, DIY seminars, plus specials and raffles from all the vendors.” 

For its triumphant return, they’ve pulled out all the stops even offering a petting zoo and face painting for the kids. “We want it to be fun for the whole family!” Allan said. Kids 12 and under are free and seniors get a half-price discount on Friday. Allan added that this year, they are offering a three-day pass so visitors are free to come back to hear their favorite expert speakers.

The Kansas Lawn and Garden Show will feature vendors covering every yard care need from flowers to fencing to flagpoles. Visitors will get all the dirt on gardening, lawn care, patios, and even pools and spas. “If it has to do with the outdoors…it’s in here,” Allan said. If you love gardening, need landscaping ideas, or just want the best lawn on the block, the Kansas Lawn & Garden Show is the place to go.

Mark your calendars for Feb 16th-18th. Tickets can be purchased at the door or online at Choose from single-day tickets for $10 or three-day passes for $21.

Warning: Side effects may include a severe case of spring fever.