A beautiful and warm springtime experience for everyone
Poughkeepsie, New York, February 28, 2020 – Adams Fairacre Farms is pleased to announce that its 37th Annual Lawn and Garden Show will be open and free to the public starting today in their Poughkeepsie and Newburgh store locations. Adams Kingston and Wappinger Garden Shows will start the following week on Friday, March 6.
Each year, in late winter, Adams Landscape Design and Supply crews design and install amazing indoor gardens that include patios, ponds and walkways with hundreds of flowering spring bulbs, annuals, trees and shrubs for Adams customers to enjoy. Adams knowledgeable staff and garden experts from throughout the region will be at the show to answer all your upcoming springtime questions. “If you want to experience spring in the winter, this is the perfect place,” said Patrick Adams. “Our own landscaping experts have spent the last 3 months putting together this Garden Show for all our stores and it’s going to be spectacular.”
In addition to the Lawn and Garden Show, Hudson Valley businesses and farmers will be in attendance providing samples from tasty baked goods to sweet maple syrup. Over 50 businesses will be there including Bella’s Biscotti, Freedom Hill Farm, Hudson Valley Fresh, Tree Juice Maple Syrup, Al’s Smokin’ BBQ Sauce, Jeanette’s All Natural Bakery, Kokopelli Cookie Company, Krazy for Kazu’s, Campanelli Poultry Farm, Mountain Products Smokehouse, Mystic Cheese Co., Hudson Valley Sausage and many more. See our full list here.
Poughkeepsie and Newburgh Garden Show hours are Monday-Saturday from 8am-8pm and Sunday from 8am-7pm and run Friday, February 28 – Sunday, March 8. Poughkeepsie Food Show is March 8 from 11am-4pm and Newburgh Food Show is March 7 from 11am-4pm.
Kingston and Wappinger Garden Shows run Friday, March 6 – Sunday, March 15. Kingston Food Show is March 14 from 11am-3pm and Wappinger Food Show is March 15 from 11am-3pm. All Garden Shows are free to attend and include seminars, giveaways and free raffles.
About Adams Fairacre Farms
In 1919 Ralph A. Adams and his wife, Mary Rogers Adams, purchased 50 acres of farmland on Dutchess Turnpike in Poughkeepsie, New York. They worked the land, selling fresh produce to area retailers and by 1933 their family had a successful farmstand that became known as Adams Fairacre Farms.
Today, Adams Fairacre Farms is still a family-owned business with stores located in Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Newburgh and Wappinger with plans of expansion now underway. Adams celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2019 and supports over 100 local farmers and vendors as well as 1,350 employees. Adams Fairacre Farms is passionate about its customers and continues to be a leader in the Hudson Valley.
Visit http://www.adamsfarms.com for information on vendors, events, giveaways and more. Contact Wendy Troncone for media inquiries.