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A Visit to the Spring Maryland Home and Garden Show

If you are shopping for that next home improvement project or are looking to spruce up your landscape then you should check out the Maryland Home and Garden Show. Held twice a year at the Timonium Fairgrounds, this show brings many local contractors and landscapers to one location.



At this year’s Spring show, we talked to a number of contractors and picked up many brochures. The upper garage at Bubba’s Garage may be getting a new floor covering and possibly a new concrete walkway. But, one of the craziest thoughts was putting in a Fitness Swim Spa made by Aquatica. Because we live on a mountain flat ground is hard to come by and it would take too much effort to locate one of these beasts. Still better than a pool I guess. Several spa vendors are available if you are looking for one.


The garden side of the Home and Garden Show was spectacular. The landscape artists did a fantastic job of creating a wonderland. My favorite aspect of the show were all the water features bubbling all around you.



The Maryland Home and Garden Show is a great way to spend a couple of hours even if you aren’t shopping for anything.


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