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Here’s what to go see at the 2017 Boston Flower and Garden Show

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A scene from the 2017 Boston Flower and Garden Show.
A scene from the 2017 Boston Flower and Garden Show. David L Ryan / Globe Staff Photo

If you’re sick of the cold, head over to the Seaport World Trade Center this weekend, where spring is already in full bloom at the annual Boston Flower and Garden Show.

Through March 26, attendees can get landscaping ideas, learn about current farming initiatives in the community, shop local vendors, or just walk around and dream of sunnier days ahead.

Head down the show’s center aisle, and you’ll find exhibitors showcasing their award-winning landscape designs, floral displays, and other creative endeavors.

If shopping is more of your thing, the show has plenty of that, too—vendors lining the sides of the World Trade Center are selling items like local honey, outdoor art, and freshly cut flowers.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, $17 for seniors, and $10 for children.

Here’s a glimpse of what you can find at the show: