BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Get ready gardeners, the largest garden festival in the country kicks off Friday in the Queen City. Organizers of the National Garden Festival announced the schedule Wednesday morning at Delaware Park's Rose Garden.
The festival features 15 garden walks, that's nearly 1,000 individual gardens. There will also be garden workshops, sales and bike tours.
National Garden Festival Director Sally Cunningham said, "You can drive to open gardens, that are free, 80 of them, on Thursdays and Fridays, and you can go by bike, we have the first starting this Sunday, bicycles to gardens tours."
Sally Cunningham, is News 4's home gardening expert who answers your questions live on Sunday mornings.
The festival kicks off Friday and runs through August 4th.
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