This will be the first year the event will have more than one stage. Each one was created by a participating vendor.
Crews laid down the foundation Wednesday and spent Thursday figuring out the water works. Vendors say it’s not just a great way to entertain attendees, but also shows them how they might be able to do the same.
“Entertainment is something that all of our clients are going to do at some point in their gardens. So to create a space that is more like what you would have at home is a wonderful opportunity for us,” said Martin Gascoyne, Country Gardener Managing Partner.
There will be performances from about 13 different local acts.